Land Art Generator Initiative

  • Schick, Lea (PI)
  • Lund, Gry Krogager (PI)

Projekter: ProjektForskning



The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) is a worldwide public arts initiative that offers the opportunity for collaborative teams of artists, architects, landscape architects and designers, working with engineers and scientists, to create new ways of thinking about what renewable energy generation looks like. It begins with the statement that renewable energy generation can be beautiful at the same time that it is functional. It seeks to broaden public awareness of renewable energy’s promise by inspiring and educating through public art about the potential for a sustainable future. The LAGI project calls on design teams to conceive of large-scale public artworks for specific sites that, in addition to their conceptual beauty, also have the ability to harness clean renewable energy from nature, convert the energy to electrical power, and safely distribute the power for use by the city electrical grid.
LAGI is a project of the US-based non-profit, Society for Cultural Exchange.
AkronymLAGI 2014
Effektiv start/slut dato15/08/201331/12/2014


  • IT-Universitetet i København (leder)
  • Society for Cultural Exchange (SCE) (Projektpartner)
  • Danish Design Centre
  • Refshaleøens Ejendomsselskab
  • Green Cities
  • Aarhus Universitet
  • Alexandra Instituttet A/S
  • Region Hovedstaden
  • Dreyers Fond
  • Oticon Fonden
  • Videnskabernes Selskab
  • Aalborg Universitet
  • Københavns Kommune


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