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  1. Tue Greenfort. The Feeder Canal Sand Martin Colony, 2012

    Tue Greenfort. The Feeder Canal Sand Martin Colony, 2012

Tue Greenfort

Tue Greenfort’s interdisciplinary practice deals with issues such as the public and private realm, nature and culture. Interweaving these subjects with the language of contemporary art, Greenfort formulates an often direct critique of current economical and political frameworks and scientific production practices.

Aesthetically straightforward and clear in their forms, Greenfort’s works often reflect complex contexts and connections, based on extensive research into a specific place, a particular material, a real condition. Fascinated by the dynamics in the natural world, Greenfort’s work often evolves around an expanded notion of ecology, encompassing cultural history and politics as well as natural resources, which he then deploys to create critical constructions that comment on contemporary human social structures.