Terra Foundation-supported Events

Lecture: “Art and the Land”

When the environmental movement of the 1960s got underway, art also underwent an ecological turn, one that continues to the present day. Art historian James Nisbet will survey some of the results, including a number of pivotal outdoor artworks left to weather and change over time, and consider what they show us about contemporary climate change. This lecture is presented by the Chicago Humanities Festival as part of Fallfest/16: Speed.

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