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2nd International Land Art Biennale
10 - 17 August 2013

A registered Non-Profit Company

K2012029381 South Africa NPC

Site_Specific is a Not-For-Profit association promoting land art in Africa – facilitating, supporting and co-ordinating environmental art creators and patrons. Land art is particularly suited to merging perceptions regarding culture and nature, thus connecting community and conservation to the benefit of both human inhabitants and the environment.

The International Land Art Biennale is our flagship project, but we also create works in other locations such as the Karoo Geoglyph project in Richmond, the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil installation at the annual Woordfees in Stellenbosch, and the Ebenezer Land Art Residency in Plettenberg Bay. We are also proud to be a partner of the Eden to Addo Land Art Route.


  • Heather Greig, +27(0)83 736 3979
  • Anni Snyman, +27(0)83 252 2035

Founding members

  • Heather Greig
  • Anni Snyman
  • Strijdom van der Merwe

in partnership with

  • PC Janse van Rensburg
  • Erica Lüttich

Sponsors & Supporters

Site_Specific is a not for profit organisation that depends on sponsorship, donations and volunteers for all its activities. Our 2013 programme has been budgeted at approximately 1,5 million (ZAR), 75% of which is sponsored in kind or through free contributions in labour and facilities. The Site_Specific International Land Art Biennale is made possible by the unpaid work of many individuals, contributing their talent, skills, facilities and thousands of hours of work to create a true community event. For a comprehensive list, please visit our 2013 Supporters page.



An interview with Heather Greig regarding the Land Art Passport and the 2013 International Land Art Biennale in Plettenberg bay, 10-17 August.

17 mins, Frank Malaba from @Radio2Day spoke to Heather Greig, Fri 26 July 2013, 17h45 to 18h00.


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