AKENATON / DOC/K/S (F): - The installation is not “affected” by the environment, it is part of it, it “installs” it.
Tiziana BARACCHI (I): - Art and nature installations live together in perfect harmony.
Vittore BARONI (I): - If the relationship between environmental conditions and art installation are not carefully considered beforehand by the artist, that will be a rather poor and incomplete kind of installation.
Lilian A. BELL (USA): - The environment imposes its will on objects, artists and observers.
David BORAWSKI (USA): - By forcing the issue of “Art” upon the non-art materials.
Monty CANTSIN (CDN): - Makes it better.
Bruno CAPATTI (I): - Installation is a “part” of an environment; with this, the “Gestalt” of the environment, changes.
Patricia COLLINS (GB): - It is essential, an inspiration, integral.
Geoffrey COOK (USA): - In order for the installation to succeed it can not conflict with the environment.
Billy X. CURMANO (USA): - Art, in this case installation, should interact symbiotically with its environment.
György GALÁNTAI (H): - In installing the p r o p e r linking points come into existence by the l i m i t a t i o n of the environment, which makes environment essential.
Miroslav KLIVAR (CZ): - Environmental effect is a necessary value in an installation.
Sabrina LINDEMANN (NL): - It will be a part of it.
Michael LUMB (GB): - Preferably, installations should be site-specific.
Ruggero MAGGI (I): - Environment is everything for an installation.
SALA 1 / Mary Angela SCHROTH (I): - Environment should be the most important aspect of an installation.
Patricia TAVENNER (USA): - Tremendously. It is probably the most important element of an installation and what most installation tries to do.
Jennifer WARDLE (CDN): - It becomes an integral part.