12 May 2013, Land Art Maastricht, Day 3
The potato eaters at Chateau Bethlehem, Willem Fermont (left) and Guido Ancion (right) prepare the ground
for Willem’s installation “Einstein’s Jaarringen” (Einstein’s Growth Rings).
Site specific (Tree Slices) installation in progress by Guido Ancion at Land Art Maastricht, 12 May 2013
“Tama” a floating flower form made out of plastic donated by Tama McGlinn.
After the radio interview for “Timo à la Carte” (information online in Dutch
) in the Maastricht ‘het landhuis’ an alternative space for cultural and ecological initiatives, I then set out the first ‘garbage’ flower, “Tama.” Each flower is named after the person whose plastic litter I use.
More about Land Art Maastricht is here. Go back to Day 1 on this blog or to Day 4.