Bruni and Barbarit Land Art

Unlike some land artists who introduce entirely new layers and conflicting patterns to existing settings, Bruni and Barbarit seek out and find opportunities already present in nature for reflection, enhancement and alteration. They might come upon a fallen tree and seek to make something of it, or further line and reinforce an existing overgrown stream bed. Nothing is certain or predictable in their work save that it almost always starts with a notion driven by nature into the minds of the artists – not the other way around. (Source)

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