LAGI announces location for 2018 renewable energy design competition

Oil refineries and rigs aren’t typically considered beautiful. But as the world transitions to more renewable sources of power, what if grid-scale energy could double as an art installation? That’s the dream pursued by the Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI), which holds a design competition every two years to present visions for energy-generating art able to power hundreds of homes. 2016’s winners included ethereal sailboats that harvested both wind for power and fog for water, and whale-like installations…


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