Detroit based environmental artist Michael McGillis lets each site dictate how he fills the space with his celebrated land art. Above and below, at the University of Oregon’s Overlook Field School, the decision was glass collected from the site and incandescent lighting.
For Siegneurial Chandelier in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec, the tools were wood, paint, wire and photo transparencies. There are explosions of color in most of his work, which he has installed all over the world.
Among his best known projects is Flow Line, a 250-metre long installation of willow and paint in Auvergne, France.
See more on his website, here.
Categories: environmental art