Tag Archives: Environmental Art

Fleeting Moments in the October Woods

Arriving in Bucks Valley Woods, I switch off the car engine, and relax. Each time I come here, I notice changes. It all seems to happen so quickly. Particularly at this time of year, the autumn season, it seems even … Continue reading

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Levitated Mass

Having a strong interest in all forms of land and earth art, it is difficult in my daily browsing, to avoid reading about Michael Heizer‘s latest monumental sculpture destined for Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The work is a … Continue reading

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Fallen Giant

I left soon after 9 to walk to the estuary. After several stormy days and nights, I had caught a glimpse of the sun, calling me out. Water was running fast down the steep track, washing away mud, exposing stones … Continue reading

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Cleaning up the land: Mel Chin

Environmental art has developed and diversified over the years, until today it has a multitude of different facets, many of which don’t lend themselves to easy definitions and categories. In fact, environmental art in itself is pretty hard to define, … Continue reading

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I am so sorry. Goodbye.

Here are a few more pictures of the double-domed pavilion ‘I am so sorry. Goodbye’, from a previous incarnation at the Tatton Park (Chester) Biennial last year. the photos above are © Duncan Hull. More fabulous pictures of the Morisons’ work, including … Continue reading

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Respond!

RSA Arts and Ecology are asking any of us involved in arts and environment activities during June to notify them, so they can build up momentum and energy, and a picture of activity throughout the UK. The project is called … Continue reading

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