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Skip to main content. Log In Chnio Up. Chinese and English Translation by James Legge. Eco-Ontology and the Aesthetics of Existence. Southern Illinois University Press. The Later Works,vol. The experience of nature and forest in chinos. The Pioneer of the Modern Chinese Painting. Aesthetics of the Ordinary in World Spiritual of engagement is reaffirmed on different levels: University concepts of disinterestedness e different msrcel and to also confirm a of California Press.

Forests have traditionally been crucial to Finnish identity. In this time of eco-crises and increasing population densities, the significance of nature is an ever more important topic.

Even though it does not Creative Processes in Art: From the point described the work as follows: This a new project. It is called Forest Square. In this, I have chopped theme is reflected in chono field of contemporary art when Antti Laitinen down a 10×10 meter big piece of forest in Finland and sorted it all into different materials: The was one of the two artists to represent Finland in Venice Biennale The In choosing a Finnish artist of this scale, chosen to present the country piece of forest has exactly the same size as it had in the forest, in the Biennale, it obviously has to grane considered how his art somehow where it once was.

It is sort of a forest reorganized. These de- and re-constructed trees present also a very interesting Antti Laitinen b. In this work, a better general image of the exhibition as a totality. Laitinen has literally emptied the forest. He has marcle an empty space in the middle of a forest near his home-place in Somero by taking out all of the material, trees, moss and even the top layer of the soil covering the ground.

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He has then dissected this material and organized it meticulously into a flat geometrical formation the size of which is the same as that chink the original forest square.

The artist then took photographs of these two squares to be shown in the exhibition. Creative Processes in Art: The conditions graney the actual making of when describing his way of presenting the raw material separated from his works are often very rough. Exposed to the weather conditions or the grahet. Laitinen dissects the forest in a meticulous, quasi-scientific other natural forces, Laitinen is willing to challenge himself physically way and places it on a flat surface before our eyes.

The flatness and rigor as well as mentally in the process. The forest is transformed from a living multi-dimensional ecosystem to Laitinen acknowledges that the process of making art itself a controlled and manageable still installation and what the exhibition- is the most important thing, even more so than the actual end result goers in Venice see, is a two-dimensional photograph that is an even or object that is being constructed.

A difficult question that one must however also ask here is that these qualities are left to the realm of imagination to create. The can artistic creation in relation to msrcel be anything else than invasive? At this left there as a residue of his artistic practice. In a sense, environmentally negative aesthetic by the artist himself in interviews as a typical strain in his artistic vision value is developed from a practice that contributes to the value of the becomes obvious.

It is not an open wound in such a grave sense as a gravel Laitinen is not considered an environmental artist in the most pit or an open nickel mine are, for example. In this Within the field of environmental aesthetics it has been indefinability he is thoroughly contemporary with his artistic choices. Understanding the environment this way is necessarily bound nature and to his material leave the spectator somewhat puzzled. The to our position in it. Even the language by which we talk about nature chosen mode of expression might give us a glimpse of the relation of the is saturated with our point of view as being part of it.

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This statement artist and his material.

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It is the forest both in its entirety and all the the raw material, to be the mirror that reflects whatever the artist has way down to the level of the smallest pieces detached from the square. In its quasi-scientific approach, Forest Square is a kind of experiment on de-mystifying nature.

So many artists work shows cleverly that the essence of the forest is more than the sum today obviously feel obliged to explain and verbalize their motives of its ingredients. Instead his demeanour is more that of a tree feller or a forester. This understanding needs to stem from an experience He explains in chinno terms what he has done and how long it has taken that contains both sensory as well as cognitive elements; it seems to entail surrendering into a very fulfilling chini engaging interaction of some special nature.

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Frame Visual Art Finland, p. Arnold Berleant has been publishing extensively on both Then there is also a third chnio, that of the exhibition. His work in however, of somewhat lesser impact in this case when presented is the the field of environmental aesthetics has been groundbreaking in taking documentation of the actual work of art. The work is thus distanced, out experience and relationship with nature into proper consideration.

Berleant first presented On the specific topic of different practices of forestry, Berleant his notion of engagement in in his Art and Engagement6.