Sunday, February 5, 2012

Is Christo Bad for the Environment?

Like doctors, artists should obey one rule above all, “To do no harm.” When you’re Christo and you specialize in “environmental art,” that rule takes on an even greater importance. Christo’s latest project, titled “Over the River,” hopes to hang 5.9 miles of "silvery, translucent" panels along the Arkansas River between Canon City and Salida, Colorado. The people of Colorado, however, fearing a whole slew of negative effects to their home state, hope to hang up the process long enough to make Christo give up. In looking back at Christo’s past works and at the possible effects of this future piece, it’s imperative that we ask if Christo is bad for the environment. Please come over to Picture This at Big Think to read more of "Is Christo Bad for the Environment?"

1 comment:

rc helikopter said...

I don't know anymore about Christo. But I think it must be bad for our environment. I want to say thanks to the blog which shared such a precious post.