A chat with Anni Snyman, contemporary artist, co-founder of Site_Specific, and lead artist & project coordinator for the Karoo Geoglyph project.
Open to Submissions: 2017 LAND ART COMPETITION by the NKA foundation. The competition is open to landscape architects, artists, curators, designers, architects, urban planners, engineers, university students and others from around the world to submit their ideas for large-scale and site-specific public art installations based on site in rural Ghana. The submitted entries can be functional or nonfunctional works but must aim at creating a truly unique experience that becomes emblematic of what an arts village is and how it needs to function as a PLACE.
The South African Site_Specific Land Art Collective will host the Global Nomadic Art Project South Africa 2016 (GNAP) with the subtitle “Stories of Rain” in September and October this year. Nine renowned international land artists will travel along different routes … Continued
With specialised assistance from Open Ground (Geophysicists), Morné Vander (Sound Engineering), To The South (Carpentry and plinth), and Daniel De Kock (Programming), artist Jenna Burchell created her incredible and inspiring installation ‘Songsmith’ at the Nirox Sculpture Park. She is … Continued
‘Glinsterjuffertjie’ is a temporary sculpture at the Nirox Sculpture Park. It was created for the Nirox Winter Show 2016 by Hannelie Coetzee. Sculpture Title: Glinsterjuffertjie uit Swartwattelboom / Glistening Demoiselle out of Black wattle (Phaon iridipennis out of Acacia … Continued
Take part in The Cool Capital Biennale. The theme for 2016:Small = big. Dear Sculptor As you may know by now, Cool Capital is the world’s first and only uncurated DIY guerilla biennale. We are a citizen-driven and proudly Pretorian … Continued
“Belated Wake II”, donated by Angus Taylor as part of the JOZI Land Art event, remains part of the Johannesburg Botanical Garden even after the event. ‘Belated Wake II’ is part of a series of works of similar scale of … Continued
At the start of the 2013 Site_Specific Land Art Biennale week, on 11 August, the second artwork on the Eden to Addo Land Art Route – “Calling the Herd” by Strijdom van der Merwe – was unveiled. “This exciting interactive … Continued