The Five Seasons Festival Showcases our Environmental Impact

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 19, 2010 • References: & gizmodo
This year’s installations for the Five Seasons Festival in Chaudfontaine, Belgium provide a gripping insight into the ways man impacts his natural environment. Through symbolic and metaphorical messages in large-scale outdoor sculptures, these punitive pieces warp Mother Earth in ways that perhaps more people will comprehend.

The monumental land art at the Five Seasons Festival is the work of artists Michel Davo, Christian la Grange, Marvayus, Werner Moron, Uysal Mehmet Ali, Bob Verschueren, Dimitri Xenakis and Maro Avrabou. These pieces erected in the Chaudfontaine park will have you thinking twice about your ecological footprint.

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