13 Feb '18, 7pm

Spiraling landscape artworks are made to be destroyed by nature

Spiraling landscape artworks are made to be destroyed by nature

Over the years, Brunt has developed a principled "code of practice" where he tries to not disturb natural sites as much as possible, while constructing his pieces. For example, he does not "take stones away from their habitat," and tries to put his installations on existing paths, rather than disturbing more pristine areas in nature reserves and public parks. He avoids working in flowing water, as he can "see the impact on displacement in this situation and don’t particularly see the benefit in doing so." It's an awareness that is evolving, he explains:

Full article: https://www.treehugger.com/culture/landscape-art-james-br...

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