The seven major Land Artworks in Flevoland are of course art works first, but they are also places that have come to play a role in the lives of the people who live around them. They are social spaces, where people come to walk their dogs, have a picnic or gather to make music, celebrate weddings or festivals.
This side of Land Art is the subject of study in the Land Art Live programme. Seven contemporary artists are invited to make interventions at each of the six Land Art sites. They relate to this social aspect, and also connect to the original meaning of the work. The Land Art Live programme intends to put Flevoland’s Land Art in a new light, for a wide audience.