Discover America: Land of Dreams United Sates Tourism Video
Both the artwork of Jim Denevan and clips from an Outstanding in the Field dinner were included in Discover America's "Land of Dreams" video, part of the first ever global tourism campaign for the United States.
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Nevada Museum of Art: Art Hard Screening and Artist Appearance
December 17th, 2011
Jim Denevan will be be in attendance at the Nevada Museum of Art's upcoming screening of Art Hard.
Land artist Jim Denevan—the creative force behind Outstanding in the Field—traveled thousands of miles to make an enormous drawing on the frozen surface of the world's largest lake, Siberia's Lake Baikal. Enduring sub-zero temperatures and blistering winds, five participants inscribed the ice with a series of circles based on the Fibonacci sequence to create what has been called the world's largest drawing. Art Hard documents the creation of this monumental drawing. Special guest appearance by the artist.
Press release on nevadaart.org
Peabody Essex Museum: Ripple Effect, The Art of H2O
June 18th, 2011-July 8th, 2012
Work from Jim Denevan's 2010 artwork in Siberia will be displayed as part of the Peabody Essex's Ripple Effect exhibit. A satellite image of the completed piece, an aerial photograph by Peter Hinson, and video footage by Meredith Danluck will be shown. DVDs of Arthard, Meredith Danluck's documentary on the project, will be available on site.
Press release on PEM.org
In March of 2010, Jim Denevan and his crew created a large scale artwork on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal, Siberia. The spiral of circles, along a fibonacci curve, grow from an origin of 18" to several miles in diameter.
The project is currently featured on The Anthropologist and is the subject of an upcoming documentary directed by Meredith Danluck.
To see more images, watch videos, and hear the story visit theanthropologist.net.
Vancouver Biennale, 2010
Two sand drawings done as part of the Vancouver International Sculpture Biennale. Located on the expansive tidal flats of the Spanish Banks, each artwork was created and then washed away within the span of about 6 hours.
Large scale artwork on the Black Rock Desert, created over the period of a month. An apollonian gasket approximately 9 miles in circumference.
More information and imagery can be found in the Earth section.
Jim's original drawing on the Black Rock Desert. The following year's artwork was centered around this site.