Invitation to the Public Exhibition, Sunday, September 22 at 2:00 pm at I-Park


All the images on the website and in the invitation related to the 2013 Environmental Art Biennale are, in fact, of works created during previous programs at I-Park. The reason for using them is that they are representative of the kinds of site-specific installations developed at I-Park. But the practical need for these images is because the works for the 2013 Biennale do not as yet exist – so otherwise, there would be nothing to show you!

And yet, 12 new works will be on display, having been conceived and realized during a 3-week residency preceding the exhibition (no pressure). You will be surprised, and perhaps even amazed, at what can be done in 3 short weeks!

But you’ll need to come to I-Park on September 22 to experience these ephemeral installations (or on September 21 if you attend our special fundraising event, which will feature a special preview trail walk at dusk and dinner with the artists). Some of the works will exist for just a moment in time – others may survive the elements for several months.

While the Environmental Art Biennale is a free event, attendance is, in fact, limited and you must register online prior to September 19, 2013 for a ticket. This is necessary to help us plan for parking, seating and other accommodations. We cannot assure attendance if you do not have a ticket.

Eventbrite - I-Park Environmental Art Bienniale

The Environmental Art Biennale will feature works by the following artists:

Jayoung Chung (South Korea), http://www.jayoungchung.com
Video/music/new media, interactive performance

Chad Cunha (U.S.), http://cargocollective.com/chadcunha
Site installation, participatory

Carmina Escobar (Mexico), carminaescobar.com, Scott Cazan (U.S.), scottcazan.com
Sound sculpture

Michael Fairfax (U.K.), www.michaelfairfax.co.uk
Installation, sound sculpture

Tatiana Ferahian (Cyprus), http://ferahian.wix.com/tatiana-ferahian
Site installation

Adam Frelin (U.S.), http://www.adamfrelin.com/
Performance, photography, site installation

Sarah Hirschman (U.S.), http://www.sarah-hirschman.com/
Architectural installation

Olivier Huet (France), www.olivierhuet.info, Margrit Neuendorf (Germany), www.margritn.info
Site installation

Rainy Lehrman (U.S.), rainylehrman.com
Site installation

Linda Molenaar (Netherlands), http://linda.molenaar.nu
Performance

Tim Norris (U.K.), www.timnorris.co.uk
Site installation

Roger Rigorth (Germany), www.Roger-Rigorth.de
Site installation



Image in the Header Above: Grave Field by Norbert Francis Attard (Malta), 2010 Thanatopolis Exhibition

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