Florida’s Climate Change Inspires Artists Across the Nation
by MINHAE SHIM ROTH
Floridians have plenty of reasons to worry about the environment. Sea levels are rising. Downpours flood our streets. Hurricanes threaten our rich environment.
Lectures on Art and Environmental Crisis
Lisa Reindorf | “Mapping the Effects of Climate Change on the Land”
Architect, artist and climate activist Lisa Reindorf gave a guest lecture that provided an overview of the interconnections between politics, economics and environmentalism, along with other fields, on Wednesday, March 22.
— Aesthetics of Disaster Climate Change Art by Christopher Snow Hopkins
Climate change artists are well-versed in matters of public policy and have endeavored to effect social change through a variety of tactics. This cadre of artists inhabits the nexus of art, science, exploration and activism.
—Environmental Science Symposium -Art and Environment by Mariah Bridgman
The University of Guelph hosted a sold out symposium on art and Environmental Issues. The keynote speaker, artist and architect Lisa Reindorf focused on rising sea levels and climate change.
— Approaching Abstraction by Cate McQuaid
Abstraction can be offputting. The curators of “Abstract Systems” propose a wayin: See the art as a system. Organizers Lisa Reindorf and Andrea Plotkin have gathered a terrifc roster of artists..
— Reindorf at Galatea Man Vs. Nature by Joshua Ascherman
Lisa Reindorf is no stranger to political art; she’s received acclaim for a series of gesturally painted panels depicting the expansion of Syrian refugee camps as seen from the air. This October, in at Galatea Fine Art in Boston’s SoWa District called “Building IntoWater,” the artist tackles another vital political issue- the environment.”
— Shift at Galatea Gallery- Review by Michael Anthony Farley
Artist Lisa Reindorf in her recent exhibit at Galatea Gallery in the SOWA district of Boston, explores architectural compositions and aerial views.
— Sea of Troubles at Brown University Granoff Center for the Arts
Artist Lisa Reindorf Climate Change exhibit “Sea of Troubles- Rising Seas and Sinking Cities” opens this Sept 6th 2018 at Brown University as part of the Arts and Environment Initiative.
— Blog By Chantal Blodeau
Land is being drastically reshaped by human intervention and affected by climate change. Artists Lisa Reindorf’s work visually addresses the inherent conflict of built infrastructure and ecosystems. Natural systems that have been disturbed by the expansion of man-made structures apply counter-pressure in response to disturbances.