When the circles in Siberia was first spotted from a satellite in space, they baffled people. The realisation hit that these circles were not created by nature. But if nature didn’t create these circles in Siberia, who or what did? … Continued
WEAD (Women Eco Artists Dialog) is currently calling for anyone who feels up to the task of fundraising. This money will be put to good use by improving on their current activities and fund even more opportunities. These opportunities will … Continued
Land artist, Strijdom van der Merwe, gives us the chance to lose ourselves in his Zen garden, Stone Garden. Stone Garden can be found at The Sanctuary in Somerset West, South Africa. To visit Strijdom van der Merwe’s website, … Continued
Lili Pobornikova shows us what we can do with what nature gives us. If you watch survival programs, you would most probably have heard this before, “Work with what you have available to you”. To say the truth, you probably … Continued
Annie le Roux is an artist from Plettenberg who participated in the Site_Specific Land Art Biennale as well as Stories of Rain, as part of the Global Nomadic Art Project, offering artist accommodation at Stone Cottage as well as contributing … Continued
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.
When we talk about ‘green art’ or ‘environmental art’, we’re not talking about a certain style or discipline like ‘impressionism’ ‘surrealism’ or ‘abstract art’. It’s rather much more overarching, and all-encompassing. Environmental, green or eco art can be conceptual, expressionistic, … Continued
“In my experience, the conceptual integration of photography and film is becoming more important in the exploration of land art. Movement takes land art to a powerful playful space of time, light, subtlety and lateral thinking.” – Simon Max Bannister … Continued