Arte Sella – Forest Installations

Since 1986, Arte Sella has used the open fields and woods of the Sella Valley in Trento, Italy with surreal nature installations. Over 200 contemporary artists from all around the world have come to this area to create original artworks using materials found right on the terrain with which they’re left.

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Gilbert1 – To Build A Home Part 1

To Build A Home is a solo project presented by Gilbert1 and run in an abandonned place, a house on the edge of the forest, which was a meeting room and a room for parties of a sanatorium, designed by modernist architect André Lurçat in the 60’s. The project is focused on the building of a home, metaphor of the place full of our own story, in which we can recharge, but in which we can not remain forever, since man is not immortal, he is forced to abandon his own creation that will survive him. Only time and nature retain control Original music ‘To buid a home’ by The Cinematic Orchestra Additional pictures by Sylvain Raybaud.

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Rob Mulholland – Vestige

Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland created a series of mirrored, reflective sculpted figures called ‘Vestige’ within the forest around the David Marshall Lodge, Scotland. Though camouflaged by their surroundings, they absorb their environment and reflect it as well.

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Daniel Barreto – Miniature Woodhouses

21 year old Boston-based illustrator, Daniel Barreto, creates very subtle and clever gif images. Barreto’s gif work consists of images of small dwellings that have been carved into the nooks and crannies of trees deep in the woods.

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