Andy Goldsworthy is a sculptor who is working with professor Rex Taylor in University of Glasgow’s Crichton Campus. Andy has done amazing projects which are directly related to nature. When you saw his studies, you absolutely will say that this is really doing by photoshop program however there is not any computer program. Because he is working on outside all the time.
Andy Goldsworthy said that “When I make something, in a field or street, it may vanish but it’s part of the history of those places. In the early days my work was about collapse and decay. Now some of the changes that occur are too beautiful to be described as simply decay. At Folkestone I got up early one morning ahead of an incoming tide and covered a boulder in poppy petals. It was calm and the sea slowly and gently washed away the petals, stripping the boulder and creating splashes of red in the sea. The harbour from which many troops left for war was in the background.”
Andy Goldsworthy is spending so much time at the outside in order to finish these projects. In the exhibition places there will be so many names of each projects.
In her website Andy Goldsworthy wrote that “Goldsworhty only titles his ephemeral sculptures when publishing them, or printing and framing them for exhibition. Thus, a significant percentage of sculptures recorded in Goldsworthy’s Slide Cabinet Index have not been formally titled by the artist. Where a sculpture has been printed as a photowork for exhibition, or published in one of Goldsworthy’s texts, and therefore has been titled by Goldsworthy, these are used in the Catalogue entry. Occasionally, there are variations in how a work is titled from publication to publication, and the cataloguer notes these in the Bibliography section.”
I cannot look turn again and again, her works are wonderful!