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The body of work of Akunzo (Karola Pezarro & Aris de Bakker) consists mostly of ephemeral, site-specific projects, in which natural materials are used. The projects of Akunzo have a strong commitment to the environment.

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Cherie Sampson has worked as an environmental performance, sculptor and video artist for over 25 years, exhibiting internationally in live performances, art-in-nature symposia and video/film screenings. She has received a number of fellowships including two Fulbright awards (1998 & 2011). Sampson is a Professor of Art at the University of Missouri and President of AiNIN.

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I consider myself as a multifaceted artist. Well, I’m not a purist like those who use to work exclusively with natural materials - The term art itself comes from artificiality and allows whatever type of artistic expression. I use to integrate recycled materials in my works, giving them a new life this way, but always keeping the aesthetics in mind and avoiding a trash look.

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Janet Botes (1984-) is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is guided by natural cycles and inspired by the biodiversity of the Earth.

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I am an artist interested in standing out the beauty and poetry of impermanence and ephemerality linked to our everyday experiences and natural processes. Usually installed in open spaces, my work is made to change and adapt to the places and nature it is surrounded by. Nature has always the last word on my work.

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Art erects tenuous dwellings in the margin between criticism and exploitation...
Footnotes in the catalogue of vanishing things...
Poet, artist and scientist working and living in Paris, France.

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On-Site Poetry is an art project by writer Nick J. Swarth and typographic designer Sander Neijnens. Together they create poems that are inspired by a specific location. The texts, as well as the way they are 'written', interact with the site where the poem is built. On-site poems are made as art works in public space, for land art exhibitions, festivals or events.

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