Shades of Blue 12 The blue trees

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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION AS PPSX HERE: https://ma-planete.com/pps/websiteview/catid_26/id_516188/title_Shades-of-Blue-12-The-blue-trees/ SLIDESHARE LINK: https://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/shades-of-blue-12-the-blue-trees Konstantin Dimopoulos (born 1954) is a sculptor, installation and performance artist. Born in Port Said, Egypt in a Greek family Dimopoulos spent the first eight years of his life living in Ismailia before moving with his family to Wellington, New Zealand to escape political strife in the region. He lives now in Melbourne, Australia. Dimopoulos sees his The Blue Trees as an ephemeral performance art installation using transformation to provoke discussion about the issue of global deforestation

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Blue 12

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Denver

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Denver Albuquerque

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Vancouver Biennale

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Sheridan College’s Student Union

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Breckenridge

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Breckenridge

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Breckenridge

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Breckenridge

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Breckenridge

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Konstantin Dimopoulos’ The Blue Trees is an environmental call to action clothed in pure pigment. These installations take their place in a long line of works by the artist which have a social conscience and span a wide variety of media and concerns. In The Blue Trees Dimopoulos focuses on the environment, using trees as the canvas to create an installation highlighting global deforestation. Dimopoulous uses non-permanent blue pigment to emphasize the ephemeral, fleeting quality of nature and to touch our hearts with vivid, startling color.

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Breckenridge

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Breckenridge

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Breckenridge

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Albuquerque

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Albuquerque

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Cahoon Museum of American Art

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Cahoon Museum of American Art

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Installation to Turn Trees Blue at Cahoon Museum – Cape Cod

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Germany

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London

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London

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Huston Blue Bonnets with blue trees

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Harn Museum of Art Florida, USA

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Mississauga

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Huston

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Norcross

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Huston Downtown

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Kenmore USA

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Kenmore USA

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Jacksonville zoo Manchester

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University of Florida, Gainesville

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Mississauga

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Mississauga Canada

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Seatle

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Seatle

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Richmond

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Sidney

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Sidney Vancouver Biennale, Canada

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Vancouver Biennale, Canada

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Vancouver Biennale, Canada

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Vancouver Biennale, Canada

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Vancouver Biennale, Canada

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Vancouver Biennale, Canada

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Vancouver Biennale, Canada My environmental art installation, The Blue Trees grew out of this insanity that surrounds me. This madness. This wanton destruction of forests, rainforests, old-growth forests and oceans for greed, stupidity and short-term gain. A World War One landscape in the
21st century.

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