Andy Goldsworthy, Sand edged to catch early light viewed from south Abersoch, North Wales, August 1983. Image Credit http://www.goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk/image/?id=ag_02666&t=1 Last Accessed: 10.17. 2014
Walter de Maria, Lighting Field, 1977. Click on Image for more information about this and the Land Art Generator Project. Image Credit: http://www.arch.hku.hk/5108b/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/assn03-lightning-field.jpg Last Accessed: 10.17.2014
Robert Smithson, Broken Circle, 1971. Click on Image for more information on this project. Image Credit: http://www.robertsmithson.com/earthworks/broken-circle_b.htm Last Accessed: 10.17.2014
Land art refers to a type of art that involves the use of a particular landscape. Digital Dirt is an online exhibition dedicated to the concept of land art. This exhibition allows the art to live outside of the site-specific space in which it was constructed as well as offer the opportunity for multiple different land art works to exist together in one, neutral space. Due to contemporary digital networks, we are able to access and collect this work together in one space for analysis. Please explore the the links to learn more about and resources surrounding the work.