Land art and site specific sculpture – land art uses the environment and its scale as its material. Concrete art is expressed in material itself with which the artist introduces her non-representational objective. Home page of site specific sculptures and land art – public art by the sculptor Lucien den Arend. My CV, containing a list vera Röhm PDF my site specific sculptures and land art projects an environmental designs, exhibitions, publications about my sculpture and an extensive biography about my life – work and travels.
Författare: Stephen Bann.
Die Arbeiten der deutschen Künstlerin Vera Röhm (Jg. 1943) sind dem Konstruktivismus verpflichtet und faszinieren durch die Kombination von Kunststoff mit Holz, Stein oder Metall. Klare Formen wie Stäbe, Winkel oder Stelen dominieren das Werk. Durch die Verzerrung dieser elementaren geometrischen Figuren mit Einschnitten, Querschnitten, Verstümmelungen und Wiederherstellungen erreicht sie eine mehrdimensionale Sicht, die den Betrachter herausfordert und spannungsvolle Lichtbrechungen erzeugt. Vor dem Hintergrund der Beschäftigung mit Geometrie, Astronomie und Philosophie schafft sie Objekte, die die Grenzen von Kunst, Wissenschaft und Technik sowie Zeit und Bewegung thematisieren.
Essays von Eugen Gomringer, dem Begründer der Konkreten Poesie, und Stephen Bann (Universität Bristol) runden diesen Band ab.
My works consist of sculptures: site specific, as well as free standing sculpture, drawings and sketches for sculpture as well as paintings and drawings from nature, ceramics and photography. Realizing site specific and public sculpture has been my main work during my career as a sculptor. Environmental art and environmental sculpture projects which I have done – sometimes resulting in Land Art. Land art and environmental projects which I have done. Articles and publications about my site specific sculpture Land art and environmental projects which I have done. Exhibitions of my sculpture – one man shows as well as group exhibitions. Sculpture symposiums in which I have participated and lectures which I have given on the subject of sculpture, land art and environmental sculpture.
The cities in which my site specific sculptures and land art projects have been installed. My encounters and meetings with people who have been influential in sculpture. The stories behind my site specific sculptures and environmental art and landart projects – ACCOUNTS. More about the Ede Urban Land Art project. Duth urban LAND ART in Ede Holland. Site specific sculpture and urban land art.
ENVIRONMENTAL ART – the sculptor’s views on the similarities and differences between these art forms. From earthworks to permanent environmental installations, using materials from the natural surroundings. I have been working during my career as a sculptor. A sculptor can be a land art artist, a maker of earthworks and environmental projects – actually all spatial activities making up our surroundings. I have been doing mainly site specific art in the public space. East West Forum, a sculptors symposium in Holland – an artistic confrontation between six Japanese and six Dutch sculptors.
Dutch Sculptors‘ Association I was co-organizer of this manifestation in Dordrecht, the Netherlands from 1982 to 1984. Site specific sculptures in an urban setting – public art. Cities with public works of art – urban art by the sculptor, Lucien den Arend. Site specific- public sculpture and environmental works in and around cities. University of Texas at El Paso.
SCULPTURE PARK POAM, FINLAND – PENTTILÄ OPEN AIR MUSEUM VEISTOSPUISTO. PUBLIC ART“ Site specific projects and land art – Integrating Art Into The Environment. People who travel under the bridge see rings which seem to enclose the highway. OPAM Drechtsteden sculpture – painted steel. The current or existing state of affairs of my public works of art. My friend and colleague, Vera Roehm and I mad an environmental installation in Dordrecht, Holland. Video of land art and site specific sculpture either under construction or after installation.
FORMS in which sculpture can manifest itself: islands, gardens, forests and trees, mazes and labyrinths, patios and courtyards. But one can also take a step backward and look at only the forms in which art, and in this case my own sculpture, manifests itself. I have no preference for any particular material, technique or form of presentation. This results in a variety of topics into which the work can be subdivided.