The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI), provides a platform for artists, architects, landscape architects, and other creatives working with engineers and scientists to bring forward human-centered solutions for sustainable energy infrastructures that enhance the city as works of public art while cleanly powering thousands of homes.


land art generators are works of public art that:

  • Capture energy from nature and cleanly convert it into electricity
  • Pay back their environmental footprint and construction cost by producing kilowatt-hours of energy that offset existing uses
  • Create a unique experience for the public and stimulate an increase in visitors to the site (power plants as tourist attractions!)
  • Create places for leisure and learning
  • Do not negatively impact the environment
  • Increase livability of communities

The Land Art Generator Initiative is the recipient of  the J.M.K. Innovation Prize,
a program of the

J.M. Kaplan Fund

LAGI supporters have included
National Endowment for the Arts, Horne Family Foundation, Heinz Endowments, Hillman Foundation, Zayed University, Masdar, Region Capital of Denmark, The Culture and Leisure Committee for the City of Copenhagen, IT University of Copenhagen, Furthermore: a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund, Dreyers Fond, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, and many private donors.

To join our list of supporters please follow this link >

The Land Art Generator Initiative has put together this free 73-page Field Guide to Renewable Energy Technologies.

Download Here


We hope that it is a source of inspiration to all designers, homeowners, urban planners, students, artists, and anyone

else interested in a clean energy future.