Edina Tokodi: Tempting Landscapes

Edina Tokodi uses “green guerrilla” strategies to bring nature into the exhibition space. Tokodi’s work is a seamless fusion of landscape art and real materials found in the outdoors. Using plants native to both the mountains and downtown Breckenridge, she reflects the cycle and the resilience of life, advocating sustainable living and participation in the metamorphosis of an evolving visual culture. Tokodi’s meditative botany dissolves the barriers between private and public space, between the organic and inorganic elements of our environments, and between nature and art.

Tempting Landscapes is one of the featured installations in the Breckenridge International Festival of Arts (BIFA), which runs Aug 10–19, 2018. The exhibition will be on view through Sep 23.

// mosstika.com