Primordial Garden

Title of ArtworkPrimordial Garden
Year of Origin2016
    6,7 x 9,7 m at 4.8 m height
    flex neon, colorful Plexiglas tubes, various combinations of plastics
Collaboration/Shared Production/Research
    Texas Tech University
    Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX United States
Medium/Type of Artwork
Light Source
Light-Optical Factors
History of a work
2016YoutubeLubbockMaking ofLink
2016Development / productionLubbockInformation on CODA WORXLink
2016Collections / archivesLubbbockPublic Art ArchiveLink

This futuristic eco-system is meant to inspire and contemplate on the impact of human actions on our natural environment. The title of the installation, Primordial Gardens, suggests an idealized form of nature, an original state or a mysterious point of inception. In this state, life is defined by the organic and the inorganic as biological systems. However the conversation is placed in the present socio-economic and political system, where environment is constructed and destroyed according to ideas generated by the commodification of culture. The manmade materials are used to create artificial environments that convey “beauty” equal to nature.

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