According to our understanding, landscape is human-made. It is made up of many pre-existing elements which we are constantly adding, changing and removing.

What traces do we leave behind in the age of the Anthropocene and what potential effects will they have? During the seminar trip, students examine various types of landscape in the region and study their specific elements in a staked-out patch of 60×60 metres. The translation of this place is presented in the project space and serves to build and further evolve a new world in the form of a cabinet of wonder.


Project space 'Parliament of Plants'
17 July 2020–17 January 2021

As part of the exhibition Parliament of Plants, the admission-free 'Seitenlichtsaal' is conceived as a changing, growing "project space". It links the immediate outside world with questions of art and will enablemeetings between a wide range of scientific and artistic-poetic approaches to and perspectives on the plant kingdom.

A production of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, curated by Christiane Meyer-Stoll with Annett Höland, co-curator of the project space.

More pictures to this exhibition

  • Exploring Landscape.Studio / Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Exploring Landscape.Studio / Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Exploring Landscape.Studio / Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Exploring Landscape.Studio / Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Exploring Landscape.Studio / Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li
  • Exploring Landscape.Studio / Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein
    Photo: Sandra Maier, gesichtet.li