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A football stadium transformed into a forest’, the artist, highlights of climate change

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A football stadium and pitch, in Austria, it is transformed into a “forest” of the Swiss artist Klaus Littmann, mark, climate change, and deforestation.

The temporary installation, “FOREST – to The Infinite Appeal of Nature,” has been changed to the Wörthersee Stadium in Klagenfurt is a native Central European forest” with 300 trees, according to a statement released by the project.

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Visitors will see a temporary intervention by the Swiss artist Klaus Littmann, TO the FOREST, to The Infinite Appeal of Nature, at the Woerthersee Stadium in Klagenfurt, Austria, on Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019 at the latest.
(AP Photo/Ronald Zak)

“FOR the FOREST will be a challenge to our perception of nature, and in the future. It is designed to be a monument, reminding us that nature, which we so often take for granted, might one day be found only in specially designated areas, such as is the case with the animals in the zoo.”

The trees, some of which will weigh 6 tonnes, which will be replanted in the area near the installation end in October. 27, 2019 at the latest.

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The work aims to highlight climate change and deforestation.
(AP Photo/Ronald Zak)

“The forest is carefully replanted in a public place that is in close proximity to the Lake Stadium, on a scale of 1:1 and continue to be used as a living forest and a sculpture,” the project will be explained to you.

The “woods” it will have to be carefully replanted in the area by the art installation to end.
(AP Photo/Ronald Zak)

The project is inspired by Max Peintner’s pencil drawing, “The Infinite Appeal of Nature,” which depicts a dystopian world in which the spectators in a packed stadium, looking down on a forest that is in the game.

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