Fill bucket with soil from Beek and bring it to the exhibition
This story ran in all of the local newspapers to encourage people to participate in Lois Weinberger's participatory portable garden.
This kind of art is a nightmare for institutions
Metropolis M editor Domeniek Ruyters interviews Ecovention Europe curator Sue Spaid (26 August)
My water is cleaner than what comes out of your tap!
Sandra Smallenburg article (31 September) in NRC Handelsblad
Frogs and Bees in Sittard's museum
Kim Noach article (1 September) in De Limburger
When the Shooters' Party Replaces my Work
Vera Thaens defending access to her work during the exhibition's public opening.
World Famous Plant Hatch Comes to Sittard
27 September article in Sittard-Geleen nieuws.nl
We Make Money Not Art review Part 1
Régine Beatty's 16 October 2017 review of "Ecovention Europe: Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017" (part 1)
We Make Money Not Art review Part 2
Régine Beatty's 18 October 2017 review of "Ecovention Europe: Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017" (part 2)
Andrea Lerda adds “Ecovention Europe” to her online registry of all things “green.”
Practical World Improvers
Zone 2 Source Director Alice Smits lends her critical eye on Ecovention Europe
Pieter Van Bogaert interview
Brussels-based art critic and curator Pieter Van Bogaert is currently researching material for an upcoming Kaaitheater publication. His print review of "Ecovention Europe" for HArt left him with several unanswered questions, so he posed them to Sue over coffee in Brussels. This interview thus launched his "Grand Tour," a trip to nine European cities via bike and train throughout 2018, in order to access artworks that address climate change.