Tag: environmental art



Conversations | Ecological Artist Xavier Cortada’s “90N” Project Celebrates 10 Years

“I [make art] to create empathy, grow understanding, and to diminish the distance between human inhabitants and the planet.”  A decade ago, artist Xavier Cortada traveled on an icebreaker to the Geographic North Pole to “reclaim” nature and create performative statements on climate change and the Earth’s rising sea levels. Culminating in “90N,” a NYFA Fiscally Sponsored…

Conversations | Aviva Rahmani’s “Blued Trees Symphony”

“In these perilous times, especially in relation to the ecosystem on which we depend, art that bonds us to the natural world […] could not be more important.” – Aviva Rahmani Ecological artist Aviva Rahmani’s Blued Trees Symphony – Part of the Gulf to Gulf Project is melodic with a visual presence. Composed of a…