Published  02/09/2002
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Landscape threatens

Quietly and with little critical attention, the Natural History Museum in London (through 15 September) shows 19 works by six artists. Entitled ‘Turbulent Landscapes’, this sequence of interactive exhibits shows the impact and essence of tornadoes, sandstorms, and other environmental phenomena as interpreted by the artists. Great ingenuity has been revealed in the selection of a wide range of natural and by-product materials: Douglas Hollis’ spiralling vortex is based upon water passing through a cylinder. The exhibition has been particularly successful with school children (and their parents) throughout the holiday season.

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