Land art = a genre of sculpture that involves moving earth to create a large-scale immersive experience for viewers.
Reading the Sandia report on structures designed to make future humans avoid nuclear waste sites & realizing that every single example, if built, would be a place my friends and I would go out of our way to visit. ☢️☠️🤣 #landart #nerds /cc @longnowhttps://t.co/ZKi9rZwRXQ pic.twitter.com/ZiVRIMCweC
— P.G. Witchhouse (Aaron Muszalski) (@sfslim) December 27, 2017
#JamesTurrell's "Roden Crater" is one of the largest Land Art projects in the world. #LandArt, which arose mainly in the American West during the late 60s & early 70s, is a genre of sculpture that involves moving earth to create a large-scale immersive experience for viewers. pic.twitter.com/pjZews3h75
— Nevada Museum of Art (@nevadaart) April 29, 2018