New Land Art
In 2016, during the pilot year of the Alps Art Academy, 30 participants from 22 countries came to grips with new trends in Land and Environmental Art. On the occasion of four workshops led by eight lecturers, they questioned the continuation of the notion of historical Land Art and explored new tendencies through transdisciplinary practice.
The artistic works and texts created in situ emerged in dialogue with nature and landscape. Using a broad palette of artistic media and means, they put forward new forms of Land Art linked not only to the local landscape and nature but to wider notions of local communities and society.