Project Description


LIU Lanlan

Architecture, Shanghai Jiao Tong School of Design

“Rotten One-Acre Three-Funded Land”

A word from the artist :

“The background of this work is established in the era of the development of heavy industry. Many lands were requisitioned to build chemical plants and factories. Planting food is instead being dug, landfilled, and using vicious chemicals. Under the influence of sewage, smoke, pesticides, etc., the once vibrant land has become desolate, the leaves are withered, and the land is full of residual medicines. stains and dead grass, and the sky is full of thick smoke. The work is based on the pollution of the land by factories. By revealing the reality deeply affected by it, it responds to the development concept of “clear water and green mountains are golden mountains and silver mountains”, so as to convey to the public Express the necessity of environmental protection development.
Creation process: Combining the elements in mind, in the form of comic-style flat-panel hand-painting, the overall perspective is close to the ground, and all the changes between the sky and the earth are presented.”


About the IDEARTS

Art can be defined in a thousand different manners. In today’s world, it is increasingly regarded as a way to learn and share about sustainability and green technologies; as a lever to raise awareness on climate change and throw light on workarounds for global warming; as a means to better understand the problematics of our times and the prospects for our future.

For its very first edition, Vadviam’s IDEARTS programme has invited Architecture and Landscape Architecture students from renowned Shanghai Jiao Tong School of Design to create artworks intended to illustrate environmental issues and offer solutions for global sustainability.

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