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LAGI Glasgow 09 Jun – 29 Jul
Level 4

The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) aims to advance the popular acceptance of clean energy by integrating art and interdisciplinary creative processes into the conception of site-specific, solution-based public art interventions which also function as innovative renewable energy power plants.

LAGI Glasgow is demonstrating the potential for artists, designers and architects to contribute to renewable energy infrastructure and integrate it into a place-making approach. The project will undertake research and development integrating art and interdisciplinary creative processes into the conception of site-specific, solution-based public art interventions which also function as innovative renewable energy power plants.

The project has arisen out of a shared interest amongst the collaborators—BIGG, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Life/Velocity, Land Art Generator Initiative, Scottish Canals as well as Creative Carbon Scotland and ecoartscotland—in the potential for creative practice to address renewable energy as a social and cultural as well as built environment issue and energy policy issue.

This exhibition can be viewed in the circulation spaces on Levels Four and Five of The Lighthouse.

 

 
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