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Jackie Brookner creates water remediation and public art projects for wetlands, rivers, streams and stormwater runoff. Her projects demonstrate how the undervalued resources of stormwater and other polluted water can be reclaimed and used to create lush environments, expressive and multifunctional public spaces.
The urgency to protect water has fueled her ecological art practice for close to twenty years.
Her living sculptures, called Biosculptures, are plant based systems that clean polluted water, integrating ecological revitalization with the aesthetic capacities of sculpture.
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