with artists Linda Vidgocika and Jānis Noviks
The representation of nature in art, both in landscape painting and interdisciplinary projects on ecology, often appear as an authentic quote of reality, a deep observation and a genuine concern for the environment. However, there are also a number of attempts to complicate these idyllic ideas by making fictitious environments or questioning the very concept of nature itself.
Reading workshop's texts:
• Ralph Rugoff. Signs and Wonders. 2000
• Joseph Taylor McRae. Boy Islands. 2015