School of the future: I visited Green School in Bali last year, read my article
here. I also shot this documentary film, interviewed students and spoke wih my colleague Jen Buchanan: VIDEO
I love the spectacular bamboo architecture by
photos & film by Joo Peter
Turning photos into a painting by photographing time.
Wolf Nkole Helzle
homepage of W.N. Helzle
Another artist photographing time is Michael Wesely (see
article in German language on Damian Zimmermanns blog)
Here more about Michael Wesely on
Jason Shulman came up with another radical approach: he merges all frames of famous films into a single digital image. Here for example “Wizard of Oz”, 1939:
Jason Shulman, Fantasia (1940), 2015 on
link: Andy Goldsworthy Digital Catalogue of
link below: Goldsworthy on
Stuff that pins
James Schidlowsky, homage to Andy Goldsworthy
link: Andy Goldsworthy’s Ephemeral Work, Blog
more land art:
art of nature
Germany was pioneering green education projects since 100 years.
1919 the first
Waldorf school world wide was founded here. In the 70s grassroot initiatives started for in-town nature site adventure playgrounds and farms with animals for kids – for free. They started with volunteers and later on continued with support of the communities.
Playing for Life – long version with english subtitles (26 min.)
Trailer (short version 2:56 Min, German language)
The documentary shows a typical projects founded by grass root movements in the 70s.
In Germany exist over 1000 forest kinder gardens:
Homepage of the association of forest and nature kindergardens in Germany:
Homepage of the national association of nature site adventure playgrounds in Germany