Lisa Reindorf

  • Installation view of "Rising Seas and Sinking Cities"
  • Water is coming. Sea rise inundates a city
  • Dissolving city. Buildings disintegrate in Tidal waves.
  • Rising Seas- A tidal wave overwhelms a coastal city
  • Sea Monster- An edge of land is overwhelmed by a toxic sea as a result of environmental pollution
  • Ocean Invaders- A clogged sea is invaded by algae and sludge.
  • Sinking City. A coastal city is sinking under surging seas due to global warming
  • Detail of Sinking City
  • Algae, Toxic Algae Bloom in Ocean

Lisa Reindorf is an architect, artist and environmental activist.

Her work addresses climate change and the conflict of architectural systems and nature. By building into fragile ecosystems, natural patterns are interrupted. The environment strikes back- with rising seas, coastal flooding and polluted waterways

Her current work on climate change, which was started at an art residency at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, was featured in Art New England Magazine on artists and the environment.

Recently she had a solo exhibit at Brown University Granoff Center for the Arts on Rising Seas and Sinking Cities- with large scale paintings depicting global warming, architectural infrastructure, cities, coastal areas and floods.

She is a visiting lecturer at environmental conferences on how artists depict climate change. Lisa works with other artists, environmentalists and writers on climate change issues.

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  • Artist Info

    • Newton, MA
      US - East
    • 6179642811

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