2nd International Land Art Biennale
Plettenberg Bay, South Africa
Site_Specific officially launched it's 2013 International Land Art Biennale at the Circa Gallery in Johannesburg. The Circa Gallery is one of Site_Specific's official sponsors, and we extend our gratitude to their hospitality and support.
Site_Specific's second International Land Art Biennale is proud to welcome an impressive list of international, national, and local artists to our second event.
Due to popular demand, Site_Specific also opened up the land art event to artists wishing to participate at their own cost. The Selected_SIDES Artists programme was designed to accommodate this demand. As an non-profit organisation Site_Specific relies heavily on volunteers and funding to support travel and accommodation costs for invited artists, so we are grateful and pleased to those artists who join us in this all-important event.
The Site_Specific Land Art Passport offers registered participants and supporters discounts with local Plett establishments over the duration of the Land Art Biennale between 10 & 17 August 2013. If you wish to register for the Land Art Passport as a participating business offering discounts or services in Plettenberg Bay during Site_Specific's International Land Art Biennale in August 2013, please click onand fill in the requested details, thank you.
During the event Site_Specific will be running a land art photography workshop and competition with daily prize and an overall winning prize of weekend accommodation for two at the Beacon Island Resort. Terms & conditions apply.
Please visit our Timetable, Programmes & Community Projects pages for ongoing updates for our August 2013 event in Plett, and join our Site_Specific International Land Art Biennale 2013 facebook event page for the latest announcements and artist interviews.
Opening event: Calling the Herd
11th August 2013 at 10h30
R339 & R340 crossroads, Prince Alfred Pass
Eden to Addo Land Art Route
This exciting interactive land art work by Strijdom van der Merwe in the Keurbooms Corridor consists of several trumpet-like funnels combined in a tree shape. Visitors can blow these trumpets - recalling the sounds of elephants on their ancient migration route across the mountains. Symbolically this art work relates to the three elephant sculptures of Aartmoeders - calling them (and all humans that can hear the call) to join in the Eden to Addo journey towards re-establishing nature's ancient routes for all species.
Our sponsors & supporters are why we are here! Without the financial investment, help, input, and hard work of many, events like these are impossible.
For the latest announcements, links, daily posts during the event, and our TWO QUESTIONS interview series, please follow us on our facebook event 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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