Art talk during the Michael Singer workshop in YARD gallery March the 25 at 13.30:
Since the 1970’s Michael Singer’s work has opened new possibilities for outdoor and indoor sculpture and contributed
to the definition of site specific art and the development of public places. Singer’s more recent work has been
instrumental in transforming public art, architecture, landscape and planning projects into successful models for urban
and ecological renewal. Singer’s site specific works provide elements that foster new growth and life, retain and
cleanse water, create areas to witness natural systems and learn from beautiful landscapes, and are respectful of
site, culture, and history.
Regenrative Design for Landscape, Architecture and Infrastructure’. Lecture March 21, 4. pm. at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Desgin and conservation