DARIO GAMBARIN is an Italian artist who creates large scale “field paintings” using a plough. His colossal works last no more than one day, until the next seeding.
Gambarin says the idea came to him fifteen years ago, in Germany, while looking at Land Art photographs. These works looked perfect, but they seemed too much carefully thought out and controlled, carryed out following a preset path, giving no space to the unexpected. Where was the risk?
He decided his works had to be realised without any trace to follow, like freehand drawings on several thowsand squaremeters fields.
HOPE IS IN THE LAND (OBAMA)
DONAR IN MEMORIA DEL PROF. SERRA (In memory of Professor Serra)
Find out more at http://www.dariogambarin.com/