Twenty-five land art designs shortlisted for 2018 LAGI St. Kilda Triangle competition
August 2, 2018
By Justine Testado
"The biennial LAGI competition seeks the most innovative proposals for large-scale, public art installations that are capable of producing clean energy in sites across the world, from Copenhagen and Glasgow, to Santa Monica, California and Willimantic, Connecticut. In this latest edition, hundreds of participants from over 50 countries submitted designs for St. Kilda Triangle in Melbourne. Now, the LAGI jury has narrowed down the competition to a shortlist of 25 entries.
“The submissions for LAGI 2018 have met with our extraordinarily high expectations,” commented Jodi Newcombe, Carbon Arts founder and LAGI 2018 regional director." read more >