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We can save our planet and stop behaving like ‘robots,’ says environmental artist Agnes Denes

Agnes Denes has warned of environmental disaster and the dangers of technology since the 1960 s. As a new retrospective opened in New York City, we spoke to the artist about her life’s work.

The idea seems fanciful, like some fever dream of New Yorkers who long for the pre-9/ 11 daytimes, when life was simpler and there was room for hope and knockout and spontaneity. But it actually happened next: Back in 1982, a two-acre wheat field improbably sprouted at the base of the World Trade Center, brownish-yellow tides of cereal swaying in the breath just a few feet away from skyscrapers and the mayhem of the city.

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