The Global Nomadic Art Project has just released the catalogue of the projects done in Europe during 2017.
You might remember that I participated in the GNAP- Germany in August/September 2017 and before that in GNAP – South Africa 2016. It was an incredible honour and also a humbling experience to meet so many wonderful land art artists and work together for 3 weeks at a time.
You can see the results of all the different GNAP projects (Turkey, Lithuania, France, Germany and Eastern Europe) in this beautiful catalogue online:
Please click on the image to be taken to the online catalogue.
My artworks are on page 95 and on page 100 is one image of a performance piece which I made. But, take your time to look at all the other amazing art and artists brought together through this wonderful initiative.
And, if you are interested to see more of the art which I created during the GNAP 2017 – Germany project, please click here to view a compilation of my artworks.
Want to see even more? If you missed what I have created in South Africa in 2016, click here.
it is really a very impressive catalogue and an exiting project! Thanks for letting us participate.
Sehr gerne, Ute. Unfortunately I have been rather too quiet on the blog, as other things took my time and energy. But I hope to slowly change that again and share mor of what I am doing here again.
Thank you for sharing this catalogue.
It is a pleasure, Rika – I am always so grateful myself to be able to access so much interesting art through the internet. I am glad you enjoyed this.
really wonderfull art project, full of creativity among all these artists.
your own work especially beautifull can feel big motivation and free mind ….
Kann dieser Katalog evtl.erworben werden ??
thank you so much for the compliment and yes, it is an awesome project. I have written to the Korean organisers to ask about the possibility of buying a catalogue and the price and hope to have an answer for you soon. Liebe Grüße
Der Global Nomadic Art Project Katalog war leider mit einer Warnung versehen. Habe aber gesehen, dass Du neue Land Art gemacht hast. Unbedingt ansehen: Goldsworthy, Leaning into the Wind. Sehr schön. LG Katrin
Oh, komisch, ich habe keine Warnung bekommen…. ist ja blöd. Danke für den Tipp über den neuen Goldsworthy Film. Ich liebe seine Arbeit und kenne die vorigen Filme, aber diesen noch nicht. LG