Browsing Category: land art

  • Interview: Liliane Lijn

    Liliane Lijn is such a hands-on artist that, within two minutes of arriving at her North London studio, my own pair were enlisted to help lift a Poem Machine from the floor onto a well-worn work surface. There was an issue with this kinetic, text-bearing sculpture. It creaked as it rotated, so Lijn and a …

    January 10, 2012
  • Chris Drury, Heart of Reeds (2005)

    As the heart relates to the body, so does this piece of land art relate to both its geographical setting as well as the social context in which it was created in 2005. Its location is a nature reserve in the centre of Lewes, a town of more than 16,000 people. Such wild habitats, it …

    September 3, 2010