An environmental artist making temporary works in the landscape as a way of re-connecting with life’s endless processes and essential unity and sharing this with others.
“It seems to me that much of our present culture has the effect of alienating and isolating us from the natural world of which we are an intrinsic part – to the detriment of all life-forms, including ourselves. It is now clearly more important than ever before for us to return to a proper state of balance with the non-human world. As an environmental artist, I make temporary works in the landscape as a way of tuning in and re-connecting with life’s endless processes and essential unity, and of sharing my experience with others.”
Linda’s ClimateCultures Posts:
Artist Linda Gordon was invited to lead a land art workshop using natural materials at Extinction Rebellion's Rising Tide Festival in North Devon. She describes an experience of co-operation and natural harmony: "In other words, a sane community." Read More
Environmental artist Linda Gordon responds to Anticipatory history with reflections on personal memories, intimations of change -- 'places and objects within them become part of our personal inner world' -- and a recent example of her ephemeral art. Read More
Environmental artist Linda Gordon reflects on a recent exhibition she contributed work to, where artists responded to the documentary 'A Plastic Ocean', and the issues of plastics pollution of the oceans that produced such a diversity of art. Read More