Dissident Gardens

https://dissidentgardens.hetnieuweinstituut.nl/en?utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=eflux+0218&utm_campaign=tentoonstelling+dissident+gardens

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“With Dissident Gardens, Het Nieuwe Instituut focuses on the most current expressions of the classic struggle between nature and culture. The programme includes five exhibitions and a series of lectures and debates.

Many landscapes have been designed and are the direct result of human action. The Netherlands is a global leader when it comes to productive landscapes. It is our ultimate (export) product of imagination and control. The garden plays a distinctive role in this. Here, humanity’s desire to control the environment clashes with a fascination with the wild, untouched forces of nature.

Dissident Gardens questions and investigates the most current manifestations of the classic struggle between nature and culture. The exhibition presents influential contributions from designers, architects and artists that allow us to reflect on our current relationship with nature, living-material innovations and the impact of technology on our lives and our environment. You are invited to browse through four perspectives which are given central stage; the far-reaching rationalisation of the agricultural landscape, Mars as an earthly utopia, the development of the designer as a farmer and the holiday park as the outcome of a changing relationship between landscape and city.”  Text from website: https://dissidentgardens.hetnieuweinstituut.nl/en?utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=eflux+0218&utm_campaign=tentoonstelling+dissident+gardens

 

 

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