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Jim Denevan (50 years old) is one of the artists who picked landscape as a canvas for his art. Jim Denevan is an artist who creates large scale sand drawings along the coasts of California, on the Dry Lake Beds of Nevada, even drawing on frozen water surfaces in Siberia. From the ground, these drawn environments are experienced as places.
Abundance is a temporary public installation commissioned for the City of San Jose, California by ZER01 – the Art and Technology Network. At night,Abundance transforms the city hall plaza into an interactive social space. A video camera mounted on the City Hall captures the movements of people in the plaza below. A dynamic animation generated in response to this movement is projected onto the 3-story cylindrical rotunda. Utterback’s colorful, fluid and delicate imagery creates a subtle subversion of the bold geometry of architect Richard Meier’s building – warming and humanizing its surface.
The Army of Trash Figures Slowly Conquering the World By Environmental Graffiti June 1, 2010 German artist HA Schult has created an army of Trash People that travels the world. Photo: dbking There is an army out there, traveling to the most important places around the world. Every year, they target a new city in which to regroup and form their trademark lines. With their bodies made out of crushed cans, electronic trash and other waste products of society, they stand guard, statue-like. We’re talking about the Trash People of course, an army comprised of 1,000 individual soldiers made out of the rubbish we produce. Their intentions? Friendly but firm.