Park landscapes, root systems, tree signs
Federal Environment Agency exhibits artwork about the resource tree
Mankind has glorified nature since the beginning of time but has also stretched the limits of its capacities at the same time. Construction of human settlements, new industrial parks and roads are often more important to us than intact natural habitats. The „Uno Due Tree” exhibition at the Federal Environment Agency (UBA) in Dessau-RoÃlau picks up on the subject of the discord between civilisation and nature and seeks to raise our awareness of sustainable management of natural resources. Art and ecology has bound Brigitte Neufeldt’s artist group to one another for many years. The nine artists use visual language to address current issues such as man’s relationship to nature, which is increasingly characterised by his over-exploitation of resources, destruction of habitats, and accelerated depletion of diversity of species.