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Jetty Spiral Robert Smithson

Jetty Spiral Robert Smithson

Mar 19, 2021 Robert Smithson – Spiral Jetty, 1970, Rozel Point, Great Salt Lake, Utah, 4,6 m x 460 m if unwound (15 x 1,500 if unwound foot) black basalt rock, salt crystals, earth, water, photo: CC BY 2.0 by Retis Conclusion. It is no secret that Spiral Jetty is one of the most popular earthwork pieces available for the public to view

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    Feb 16, 2021 Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Great Salt Lake, Ronzel Point, Utah. The work establishes a deep relationship with the surrounding area. The Great Salt Lake is, in Smithson’s words, a ‘dead sea’ found in a territory devastated by man, who tried to make the most of his natural resources: first gold, then salt and oil

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    Dec 28, 2020 This monumental, 6,000-ton earth work by the late artist Robert Smithson marks its 50th anniversary in 2020. At the start of the pandemic, Spiral Jetty saw an increasing number of visitors as people arrived to take in one of the nation’s most iconic works of land art and ponder the mysteries of our changing world. Victoria Sambunaris

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    Similarly, Robert Smithson’s construction of the Spiral Jetty, in 1970 in the Great Salt Lake has also permanently changed the landscape (the lake bed around the Jetty is actually exposed now due to years of severe drought in Utah, possibly delivering an even more impactful message than the original piece). These pieces seem to more strongly

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    Apr 16, 2019 The Spiral Jetty. The Spiral Jetty is perhaps the most well-known earthworks art. Created by pioneer of the earthworks art movement Robert Smithson in 1970, the The Spiral Jetty is located in Great Salt Lake, Utah. To reach the location of the artwork, travelers must traverse treacherous, distant roads

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