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An Eco-Friendly Villa in Costa Rica Encourages Sustainable Art Practice

Yasha Wallin

In general, creative practices are not overly concerned with the practical issues of sustainability. To date, addressing sustainability by subject alone is deemed sufficient, and the often-toxic materials of an artwork and the waste it can sometime produce remains largely unconsidered. Art is allowed to disintegrate, use materials that are unsustainably sourced, and pollute during the production process. But one place is examining whether art can be more interlinked with sustainability.

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