Piet Slegers's Aardzee in 1982, photo Het Flevolands Archief, Rijksdienst voor de IJsselmeerpolders, Potuyt

land art live book

> Land Art Live highlights the challenges and solutions connected to keeping Land Art alive in Flevoland

> Land Art Live presents Flevoland’s ten iconic works of Land Art and studies them through interventions by a new generation of artists

> About Land Art and the current dynamics of visual art, heritage and the cluttered landscape

> Photo's by Johannes Schwarz and others, and special unearthed archive material.

> Interviews with Floris Alkemade, Hester Dibbits, Dees Linders (SIR), Britta Peters and Marijke Lukowicz.

The collection book on Land Art in Flevoland

Flevoland has a unique collection of Land Art, including De Groene Kathedraal by Marinus Boezem, Observatorium by Robert Morris and Riff, PD#18245 by Bob Gramsma.

These Land Art works once stood in the empty polder, but are now part of a dynamic landscape transformation. Views on art and its social significance have also changed in the five decades this book covers. This raises questions about the preservation of the works and of the collection as a whole.

Land Art Live | The Flevoland Collection sheds light on the Land Art in Flevoland. A younger generation of artists was asked to use performances to connect with the original meaning of the Land Art works. In addition, experts in the field of visual art, heritage and landscape provide ideas with which the future of this exceptional collection and the landscape can be shaped.

Land Art Live can also be used as a guide when visiting this extraordinary open-air museum.

Specifications

ISBN 978-94-6208-588-6 | December 2020 | nai010 publishers | Mariska van den Berg en Martine van Kampen e.a. | design: Team Thursday | photography: Johannes Schwartz a.o. | English | paperback | 20 x 28 cm | 208 pages | illustrated (150 color and b/w) | with support from: Mondriaan Fonds, Provincie Flevoland, BPD Cultuurfonds, Stichting Vrienden van Museum De Paviljoens