“People have a hard time with this feeling of impermanence, of doing something that seems like it has no real purpose – which really is all art on some level.”

“People have a hard time with this feeling of impermanence, of doing something that seems like it has no real purpose –
which really is all art on some level.”

 

“But I am fully bought into the idea that there’s a much bigger thing occurring and the art plays a much bigger role than humanity, or at least our society, gives it credit for.”

 

Andres Amador, land artist

 

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