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Land Art Generator Initiative: LAGI 2019 Masdar City, Abu Dhabi – Winning Artwork Starlit Stratus

Geschreven op 16-1-2019 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Energie en Besparing Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

10 September 2019: Masdar and the Land Art Generator Initiative announce the winning designs for energy generating public artwork at the 24th World Energy Congress.

“Held under the theme of ‘Return to the Source’, on behalf of Masdar, I’d like to warmly congratulate this year’s first and second prize LAGI winners.

I hope that their designs can inspire others to use culture and renewable energy to further the global energy transformation,” Yousef Baselaib, Executive Director of Sustainable Real Estate at Masdar said.

The winner of LAGI 2019 Abu Dhabi, Starlit Stratus, by NYC-based Sunggi Park, is a perfect example of this new way of approaching the design of our cities.

The winning artwork uses a tessellation of solar modules that change their appearance throughout the day and transform into glowing orbs at night.

While creating a dynamic public space filled with shade and mist, the artwork, if constructed, would provide Masdar City’s grid with 2,484 MWh of clean energy annually.

Second place went to Sun Flower, by Ricardo Solar Lezama, Viktoriya Kovaleva, and Armando Solar—a kinetic sculpture that utilizes the potential energy of its own weight to store energy collected during the day through solar panels in its petals, which unfold in a performance at each setting sun.

Each year, the artwork would contribute 1,400 MWh of clean energy to Masdar City’s grid.

The great energy transition provides the perfect platform for creatives to sit at the helm of designing our energy landscapes. The entries to LAGI 2019 Abu Dhabi for Masdar City show us how we can design new cultural landmarks with our new energy infrastructures—places that can stand for generations and serve as lasting monuments to this important time in human history.

Thanks to the Masdar’s support, the Starlit Stratus team will receive US$40,000 in prize money, and the Sun Flower team will receive US$10,000. Out of nearly 300 submissions from 65 countries, 28 teams were shortlisted.

23 July 2019: The sixth Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) design competition has recently concluded and twenty-eight world-changing designs have been shortlisted for a landmark site—a public park for Masdar City, Abu Dhabi.

The shortlisted proposals will be on display at the 24th World Energy Congress from September 9–12, 2019. Nearly three hundred teams from 65 countries submitted proposals for large-scale works of public art capable of producing clean energy for Masdar City.

Sponsored by Masdar and in partnership with the 24th World Energy Congress ,the free competition—open to landscape architects, engineers, artists, designers, and other international renewable energy enthusiasts—encouraged participants to design a clean energy landscape for a post-carbon world—a public artwork to help to power the city and inspire the future.

16 January 2019: LAGI 2019 Return to the Source invites you to create an iconic work of art for a landmark site within Masdar City, Abu Dhabi. Your artwork will use renewable energy technology as a medium of creative expression and will provide on-site energy production consistent with the master plan of the city.

Masdar is the Arabic word for source. As the name of Abu Dhabi’s multifaceted renewable energy company and most ambitious low-carbon development, it is a reference to the Sun, the source of energy that sustains life on Earth, drives the wind and waves, and that over millions of years powered the transfer of ancient carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and into the ground, creating a climate habitable to humans.

Source also has meaning within the context of the Land Art Generator initiative, which was established in the UAE in 2008. The first LAGI design competition was supported by Masdar and the award ceremony took place at the 2011 World Future Energy Summit, where eight years later the 2019 LAGI design competition is launched.

LAGI 2019 presents a new kind of challenge from the Land Art Generator initiative. This year’s special edition is in partnership with the 24th World Energy Congress, the largest and most influential global energy event, that has been a forum for innovation and dialogue on energy issues for 95 years. The 24th World Energy Congress will be the venue for the exhibition of 25 shortlisted projects designed for Masdar City.

LAGI 2019 Return to the Source invites you to present your vision for what public art looks like within the public spaces of Masdar City, the global capital of sustainability. The LAGI 2019 book featuring 50–60 submissions will be published with Prestel (a division of Random House) and will be released in January 2020 at the World Future Energy Summit.

Zie ook: Land Art Generator Initiative: LAGI 2018 Melbourne: Help Victoria Become Net-Zero by 2020 – Land Art Generator Initiative: LAGI 2017 Willimantic – An Energy Generating Artwork– Land Art Generator Initiative: LAGI 2016 Design Competition and LAGI Youth Prize 2015-2016  – Land Art Generator Initiative 2014 Design Competition Winner: Copenhagen’s Solar Hour Glass  Land Art Generator Initiative 2012 International Design Competition: Freshkills Park New York City – Land Art Generator Initiative 2010 Design Competition  – Open Letter by LAGI to Bill Gates and Paris COP21: A Proposal for COP26 in 2020  – Land Art Generator Initiative Solar Mural Artwork: La Monarca in San Antonio by Cruz Ortiz

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