land art

Landscape Light Installations

American artist Barry Underwood utilizes LED lights, luminescent material, and other photographic effects to create fleeting abstract landscapes that are influenced by both accidental and incidental light. Here is Underwood’s Artist Statement: »My artwork examines community and land-use in rural, suburban and urban sites. I created this series of installations by researching local agricultural, industrial, and recreational land-use. Curiosity about ecological and social history of specific places drives my work. By revealing the beauty and potential of an ordinary landscape an everyday scene is transformed into a memorable, visual experience. Each photograph image is a dialogue – the result of my direct encounter with nature and history. Inspired by land art, landscape photography and painting, as well as cinema, my images are both surreal and familiar.«

Landscape Light Installations

Landscape Light Installations

Landscape Light Installations

Landscape Light Installations

All images © Barry Underwood.

Social Pool

Alfredo Barsuglia’s Social Pool is an eleven-by-five-feet wide pool in the Southern California desert, open for anybody to use. Prerequisites for spa delights: A good transport connection and some free time. The drive and walk to the pool should provide »time to reflect on social values, dreams and reality«, the artist explains.

Alfredo Barsuglia, Social Pool, 2014, long-term installation, California

lfredo Barsuglia, Social Pool, 2014, long-term installation, California

Landslide & Cement

Kinda Land Art. Olivier Cazin with Landslide.


Landslide & Cement #1 – Photographie argentique – 100 x 80 cm – 2007


Landslide & Cement #2 – Photographie argentique – 100 x 80 cm – 2007