Because of the Covid pandemic, the international summer academy ALPS ART ACADEMY was postponed into autumn and its size was reduced by half (participants and workshops). The associated ILEA Talks were largely carried out digitally, with participants from three time zones and streamed live on Youtube. Even the early onset of winter could not slow down the success, but only spurred the creativity of the participants even more. > final presentation. A selection of the academy projects will also be on view at the closing event of the Art Safiental Biennale> Program
On Oct 3. there will be presentation of the participants work of the 3rd Alps Art Academy: 11 solo works 3 Duo-/Trio-works and 2 Group works
morning: indoor at Berghotel Alpenblick. afternoon: outdoor in Tenna
HERE you find the detailed program
The symposium will take place on the first weekend of the Alps Art Academy, September 26/27, 2020. The first day of the Conference “CRITICAL GROUNDS” addresses a critical discourses regarding landscape, its change, perception, and use: the second day presents several art initiatives working in the peripheral, rural and alpine areas. Due to restrictions caused by the Covid-pandemic, this year’s the symposium will only take place within the Academy and will not be open to external visitors. But we will stream the talks free of charge and live for all interested parties.
Speakers: Annemarie Bucher, Sally de Kunst, Ryan Dewey, William L. Fox, Johannes M. Hedinger, Michael Hiltbrunner, Hanna B. Hölling, Marcel Hörler, Tara Lasrado, Dharmendra Prasad, Emily Eliza Scott, Chris Taylor, Curdin Tones, Rebecca Uchill, Karen Winzer
Link Live Stream Saturday
Link Live Stream Sunday
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we decided to postpone the summer school into autumn. The new date is: September 24 – October 3, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we decided to postpone the symposium into autumn. The new date is: September 26 – 27, 2020
Only a few places left:
Apply and join us at the international summer school for land and environmental art in the Swiss Alps!
Application and terms of participation can be found here
The third international Alps Art Academy will take place between June 25–July 4, 2020, in the Safiental (Grisons, Switzerland). Located in Tenna, 1650 meters above sea level, the summer school focuses on contemporary approaches to Land and Environmental Art by bringing them into a relationship with the Alpine landscape. We wish to create a platform of potentialities for the contemporary and future Land Art, which integrates not only natural landscape and the environment but also other “media” and the wider social context.
We encourage proposal submissions from artists working with landscape and the environment across genres and media, as well as from theoreticians, facilitators and curators engaged in research on the topic of Land Art. We welcome applications accompanied by a concrete concept that can be realized during the period of the summer school. The concepts should reflect the 2020 Alps Art Academy theme “ANALOG – DIGITAL.”
Program: Gathering circa thirty participants over a period of ten days, the Academy offers a rich program of workshops, seminars, field trips, artist talks and presentations, as well as a thematic symposium. Participants have the opportunity to explore what does it mean to create in, and interact with, the Alpine landscape and apply their experience in their work. Participants work together with international instructors who offer practical and theoretical mentoring. The Academy is linked to the Land Art Biennale Art Safiental (July 4–October 18, 2020) and offers an opportunity to present final projects
Instructors: Matthias Bildstein (AT), Les Frères Chapuisat (CH), Sally De Kunst (CH/BE), Fragmentin (CH), Gabriela Gerber / Lukas Bardill (CH), Hanna Hölling (UK), Richard Saxton (USA),Ella Tetrault (CAN), Lucie Tuma (CH) und weitere Gäste.
Registration/Information: Conditions of participation, the application form and further information can be found here
The first edition of LANDSCAPE is publish with VEXER. The new new publication series is edited by Johannes M. Hedinger and Hanna B. Hölling for the Institute for Land and Environmental Art (ILEA) concerned with the theory, history and new tendencies in the art of the peripheric, rural and alpine landscapes.
English/German, 288 pages, 114 images
Further information and order: HERE