Environmental land art_presentation[1]

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A presentation of artists work to accompany the 'Fingermaze' teachers resource. Images of artists working within the genres of land and environmental art from Smithson's 'Spiral Jetty' to more contemporary practise. Aimed at KS2-3, but readily adaptable.

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  • Lascaux cave paintings
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  • James Turrell ‘The Roden Crater’
  • Chris Drury ‘Fingermaze’ Hove Park
  • Chris Drury ‘Fingermaze’ mown at Stanmer Park.
  • Chris Drury ‘Fingerprint Mural’
  • Chris Drury ‘Heat of Reeds’ reed bed , Lewes.
  • Richard Box ‘Brains’
  • ‘ Unnecessary Car Journey’ Mark McGown ‘ Running Tap’ Mark McGowan
  • Douglas White, ‘Icarus Palm’, 2005
  • Environmental land art_presentation[1]

    1. 1. Environmental and Land Art Accompanies Fingermaze in Hove Park Schools ResourceProduced by Brighton & Hove City Council and Brighton & Hove Arts Commission February 2007
    2. 2. Slide 2. Lascaux cave paintings
    3. 3. Spiral Jetty by Robert SmithsonSlide 3. ‘Spiral Jetty’, Robert Smithson, 1970 © The estate of Robert Smithson
    4. 4. Slide 4. ‘Roden Crater’, James Turrell, 1974-present
    5. 5. David Nash ‘Incised Pyramid, Sphere Cube’Slide 5. ‘Incised Pyramid, Sphere, Cube’, David Nash, 2000 © the artist, courtesy Annely Juda Fine Art.
    6. 6. Slide 6. ‘Wooden Boulder’ Project, David Nash, 1978-present © The Artist, courtesy Annely Juda Fine Art.
    7. 7. David Nash ‘Wooden Boulder in snow’Slide 7. ‘Wooden Boulder’ Project, David Nash, 1978-present © The Artist, courtesy Annely Juda Fine Art.
    8. 8. Slide 8. ‘Fingermaze’, Chris Drury, stone & lime mortar, Hove Park, 2006 Photo © Matthew Andrews
    9. 9. Slide 9. ‘Fingermaze’, Chris Drury, mown grass, Stanmer Park, Brighton 2006 Photo © Roger Bamber
    10. 10. Slide 10. ‘Fingerprint Mural’, Chris Drury, earth, Montalvo, 2005
    11. 11. Slide 11. ‘Heart of Reeds’ Chris Drury, living reed bed, Lewes, 2004
    12. 12. Richard LongSlide 12. ‘Mahalakshmi Hill Line’, Richard Long, Warli Tribal Land, Maharashtra, India, 2003 Image courtesy of the artist
    13. 13. Richard Long ‘A walking and running circle’Slide 13. ‘A Walking and Running Circle’, Richard Long, Warli Tribal land, India, 2003 Image courtesy of the artist
    14. 14. Richard longSlide 14. ‘A Walking and Running Circle’, Richard Long, Warli Tribal land, India, 2003 Image courtesy of the artist
    15. 15. Slide 15. ‘One Hour’ Richard Long, textwork, 1984 Image courtesy of the artist
    16. 16. Richard Box ‘The Field’Slide 16. ‘The Field’ Richard Box, fluorescent tubes in power field, Bristol, 2004 Photo by Stuart Bunce, courtesy of the artist
    17. 17. Slide 17. ‘Brains’ Richard Box, neon tubes in power field, Wales, 2002 Photo. courtesy of the artist.
    18. 18. Karen Moser ‘Enlightening globes’Slide 18. ‘Enlightening Globes’, Karen Moser, mixed media, 2003
    19. 19. Slide 19. ‘Running Tap’, Mark McGowan, 2005
    20. 20. Simon StarlingSlide 20. ‘Unnecessary Car Journey’, Mark McGowan, 2005
    21. 21. Slide 21. ‘Tabernas Desert Run’, Simon Starling, mixed media, 2004 Copyright Simon Starling, courtesy of Glasgow City Council (Museums)
    22. 22. Slide 22. ‘Tabernas Desert Run’, Simon Starling, watercolour on paper, 2004 Copyright Simon Starling, courtesy of Glasgow City Council (Museums)
    23. 23. Slide 23. ‘Icarus Palm’, Douglas White, discarded tyres, 2005 . Image courtesy of the Cass Sculpture Foundation
    24. 24. Justin Carter ‘Sustainable indulgence’Slide 24. ‘Sustainable Indulgence’, Justin Carter, 2004

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