Online Exhibition (slideshow): Green Utopia of Kaisa Salmi :
For a few days the city was overrun by nature. Kaisa Salmi started her green project "Eden" by Greenhouse in 2000. The second period of "Eden" started with "The Gerbera Sea" on the United Nation's Environment Day 2007, when Kaisa Salmi spread a riot of flowers on the stairs of the Parliament House. This environment artwork was at the same time a comment of the interrelationship of nature and the political and social power.
Kaisa Salmi has decorated squares in Helsinki and Turku with tens of thousand of flowers donnated by the Finnish florist. The flowers were on their way to the dump, but instead Garden gave the opportunity to Kaisa Salmi use them as material for her art. After the exhibitions the flowers were free picked up by the public...and all thease gerberas disappeared unbelievable quickly.
Kaisa Salmi's Picnik-Utopia on the streets in the middle of Helsinki in 2011 was a protest against motoring and reckless consumption.
Art and nature, Environmental Art, Site Specific Art, Recycling Art , Green Art from Finland / Ympäristötaide, paikkasidonnainen taide, kierrätystaide, taide ja luonto...
Los árboles de mi calle lloran flores. Flor. Que pena me da ir por la acera. pisando sus flores,. que hermosos estaban los árboles. hace una semana;. y ahora lloran,. se quedan pelados. como cielo sin estrellas,.
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