By Gora, Monika; Gora, Monika; Diedrich, Lisa
Landschaftsarchitektur kann eine Planungsdisziplin sein, die ebenso wie Architektur tägliche Umwelt schafft, oder aber ihre Stellung als Kunstform behauptet und außergewöhnliche Werke hervorbringt, die kommuneikative Aufgaben wahrnehmen. Monika Goras Oeuvre gründet auf einer knapp 20-jährigen Arbeit als Landschaftsarchitektin und -künstlerin mit Sitz in Malmö, Schweden, aus der zahlreiche Werke im skandinavischen und mitteleuropäischen Raum hervorgegangen sind, die mehrfach Preise erhalten haben und foreign publiziert worden sind. Jenseits der Seriosität von klassischer Landschaftsarchite. Read more...
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I knew that the big volume of light had to be made of fabric, a thin white fabric that lets the light through. Probably the same material that is used for air balloons. I knew that bouyancy would be needed to keep it inflated and that I was going to need really powerful lighting. I also knew that Lars Bylund, my lighting expert, could arrange this. The project was accepted for the exhibition. The balloon was manufactured, fans, wires, and iron fittings were bought. We packed up the tools. Now it only remained to erect the balloon.
When the trees have grown high the diabase sculpture will still be there. Perhaps the house will be there as well. 60 the bubble, sundsvall and malmö This single plastic shape is related to the more perishable luminous balloon installations made of fabric. This shape is almost impossible to climb without help and a real challenge for kids. ) light, softness, transformation, growth, sensuality, body, movement, landmark Common Ground, Umeå Seven plastic sculptures and one made of black granite stone run through a new building.
Ephemeral, fragile, celebration, happening Ground modulation, disposal site, 2002. There is a famous wood engraving that is often used to show how medieval man viewed the earth and cosmos. It was first published 1888 by Camille Flammarion in his book L’atmosphère: Météorologie populaire. For a long time it was believed to be an image dating from the Middle Ages but it later turned out that it had been produced in Flammarion’s own time. In spite of this it is still often mistaken for an authentic medieval image, showing the backwardness of the Dark Ages rather than being the highly creative piece of historical construction that it is.