sculpture for more biodiversity
Climatic changes accelerate the disintegration of the Alps and lead to increases in bedload in torrents and mudflows. This material, like excavated soil from construction activities, is used to level landscapes – at the expense of nature. The Landscape project turns the concept around, reconnecting land use and nature conservation. The flat meadow is transformed into relief, its surface increases, additional space is created. Habitat for biodiversity.
Fri 26th of May – Sun 04th of June: accessible from sunrise to sunset (artists present on both weekends)
Sat 27.05. | from 5pm Superbar & Supersounds
Thu 01.6. | 12pm – 2pm Suppengau & table talk with bread and wine on the topic: “Organic and Divers?”
Sat 03.6. | from 5pm Superbar & Supersounds
landb: Lukas Bofinger, Benedikt Meixl
landb is a landscape design collective of vegetation ecologist & designer Lukas Bofinger and artist & designer Benedikt Meixl. The duo addresses issues of land use, landscape aesthetics, and biodiversity, and presents alternative solutions for current concepts of use of anthropogenic landscapes that simultaneously meet sustainability demands and co-conceive habitat needs.
ADDRESS / LOCATION
Station Murtalbahn Thomatal/Ramingstein
Bahnhof Ramingstein 1 Google Maps | (630 Murtalbahn), busstop/parkinglot: Ramingstein-Thomatal train station (line 830)