When a process becomes art – The ‘Hudson River Project’

Thinking back to Viennese Actionism, you are familiar with the fact that the process of art creation became more important than the actual piece of art itself, or became even art.
Yesterday I came across this art project in which the process and the idea are fascinating… but look yourself, what do you think?

“We see cities as something separate from the wilderness, but the former evolved from the latter. I’m interested in the idea of how we set up these diametrically opposed state of minds,” Bowthorpe explains. “The Hudson River Project plays to this cyclic idea, charting the path that helped to build the megalopolis.”


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3 Responses to When a process becomes art – The ‘Hudson River Project’

  1. Fiona.q says:

    whats the best season to come to vienna? during june till sep.

    • Christoph says:

      well, June is not that hot. In July and August there are fewer people in town (holidays). September could be nice, but it’s getting cold and rainy again 😦 So…

      • Fiona.q says:

        how about i come in end of june or beginning of july? will you be there?

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