Gallery: Patrick Marold Visualizes the Wind With Thousands of Turbine-P...

Marold tells us in an email: "The Windmill Project exposes the fickle personalities of nature and reminds us of our passive reliance on convenient and immediate sources of energy. Though it was not my original intent in Iceland to enter the dialog on clean energy with this sculpture, I appreciate the conversations it does initiate and I value the role that art plays in contemporary issues of energy, stewardship of the land and our roles as communities and individuals. The Windmill Project doesn’t provide any definitive answers, but it does open doors through the experience of watching it, enhancing the connection between the viewer, the land and sky. "

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