land art generator Solar Mural® artwork program — anything an artist can do in paint, they can now do in solar!

The Land Art Generator
works closely with neighborhoods to design and install artful community energy projects.
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LAGI supporters have included
National Endowment for the Arts, Horne Family Foundation, Heinz Endowments, Hillman Foundation, Zayed University, Masdar, Region Capital of Denmark,
The Culture and Leisure Committee for the City of Copenhagen, Glasgow City Council, Shawati' Magazine,
IT University of Copenhagen, Furthermore: a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund, Dreyers Fond, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, Creative Carbon Scotland, and many private donors.

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Martin Foley, Victoria Minister for Creative Industries, talks about the opportunity that LAGI 2018 offers to secure Victoria's leading position in the development of renewable energy resources. "By bringing together the world's best thinkers" on the LAGI 2018 challenge, Victoria is leading the cultural innovation and design of new energy systems as a practical and social response to climate change, contributing to the State's goal of zero carbon emissions by 2050. LAGI 2018 shows how design and clean energy "are two sides of the one coin."

Former European Commissioner for Climate Action, Connie Hedegaard, talks about the importance of LAGI. Video by Deborah Hosking

Heather McElhatton of "A Beautiful World" interviews the LAGI Directors.
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The Land Art Generator has put together this free 73-page Field Guide to Renewable Energy Technologies.

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We hope that it is a source of inspiration to all designers, homeowners, urban planners, students, artists, and anyone

else interested in a clean energy future.

The Land Art Generator provides a platform for artists, architects, landscape architects, and other creatives working with engineers and scientists to bring forward solutions for sustainable energy infrastructures that enhance the city as works of public art while cleanly powering thousands of homes.