Ser-Naturaleza // DESIGNING AND BUILDING SCULPTURES WITH BAMBOO workshop _COURSE PROGRAM In the course DESIGNING AND BUILDING SCULPTURES WITH BAMBOO, three guiding axes will be covered: Spirit – Nature, Body – Matter, Mind – Experimental site. Where in addition to creatively rethinking some certainties that involve our homes: body, home and planet, through artistic practice […]
Serene traces in resilient sands “Serene Traces in Resilient Sands” is an artwork that captures a momentary experience of Natalia Abot and Jordi NN as they create soft traces of their bodies on the sand dunes of Pinamar, Argentina. The fragility of the dunes, susceptible to erosion by any element such as wind or water, […]
Breath The location of this land artwork was in the Iberá Wetlands, a unique ecosystem located in the center-north of the province of Corrientes, Argentina. The wetlands are composed of swamps, bogs, lakes, lagoons, and natural watercourses, making them one of the most important freshwater reserves in South America and the second-largest wetland in the […]
Horizon This land artwork is located on the shores of a river. The site’s geological characteristics have been fundamental elements in the creation of this piece. The monumental sand columns and cliffs that stand tall on the shore are a testament to the river’s power, water, and wind erosion. The constant change that occurs in […]
Unseen weavings Unseen Weavings is situated in a sandy area on the shore of the Parana River. The artwork itself is a drawing on the sand, which is ephemeral in nature and will eventually be erased by the forces of wind and water. However, even after the physical drawing disappears, the act of creating it […]
Mud walk This land art piece, entitled “Mud Walk,” takes place in a muddy area on the shore of the river Parana, Argentina. The artwork draws inspiration from the challenges and difficulties of crossing from one shore to another on a muddy and slippery terrain. The path becomes a metaphor for the obstacles of migration […]
Tree-angle is a thought-provoking Landart piece that uses the symbolism of the triangle to explore the duality of yin and yang energies. The use of natural materials such as logs, trees, and wood planks in the triangles creates a connection between the artwork and nature. The hexagon shape symbolizes balance and harmony, underscoring the significance of both yin and yang energies in maintaining universal equilibrium.
Seed _Info Event / GNAP Argentina Where / Argentina Date / April 2023 _Curator Claudia Aravanovich _Dimensions Width / 2 m Lenght / 40 m _Location 27°27’36.0674″ S 58°49’47.1154″ W _Material Tree debris _Location Artwork
Shades of Nature: A Journey from Blue to Green serves as a reminder of the beauty and interconnectedness of nature, emphasizing the importance of balance and harmony in our lives.
Golden Spiral _Info Event / GNAP Mongolia Where / Mongolia Date / September 2022 _Curator Amarsaikhan Namsraijav _Dimensions Width / 25 m Lenght / 25 m _Material Sand Dunes _Location 48°10’6.6979″ N 99°53’24.6383″ E _Location Artwork _Tool