Gallery: Eco-Baroque’s Unique Land Art Gilds Boulders in the Gobi Deser...

Art collective Eco-Baroque recently traveled to the Gobi Desert to infuse their magical land art into the Chinese landscape. As part of the 2nd Land Art Biennial Mongolia 360, artists Marne Lucas and Bruce Conkle took inspiration from the gorgeous rocky terrain, highlighting the region’s natural beauty by applying removable gold foils to the ancient rocks. Their land art sculptural installations were then translated to film, as a body of photographs that combine the majestic land with the artist’s idyllic visions.

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  1. Greca September 26, 2012 at 9:52 am

    Actually, the landscape was Mongolian, not Chinese. Ikh Gazriin Chuluu in the Gobi is not part of China. It’s on the Mongolia side.

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