RED EARTH is an international environmental arts group creating site-specific sculpture installations and performances in the landscape.
“Red Earth create site-specific work in, and in response to the landscape: installations, performances and participatory events exploring our natural and cultural heritage, transforming our understanding of the places where we live
Led by artists and co-directors Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe Red Earth have produced work in Europe, Java, Japan and Mongolia. Projects have explored the effects of climate change and our complex relationship with geological, archaeological, ecological and cultural landscapes.“
- Site-specific sculpture installations and live performance in the landscape
- International collaborations in British and foreign landscapes
- Interdisciplinary collaborations
- Lectures, workshops and residencies