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Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments

Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Stavanger2008 Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Alice Nilsen Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Liv Kristina Bantel Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Stavanger2008 Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Stavanger2008
Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Alice Nilsen
Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Liv Kristina Bantel
Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Stavanger2008
Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik

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"Horizons and Fragments" creates an astonishing landscape of land art and installation – work by Norwegian and international artists appears to rise and float from the soil and from nature, from rock and from structures woven from plants and trees. The installations change, grow and move with the seasons, providing a beautiful and stimulating park for posterity.

Artists include Torild Wardnær, Barbro Raen Thomassen, Tori Wraanes, Jørn Rønnau and Ingrid Juell Moe.

Horizons and Fragments creates a dialogue between authors and words, and landscape and artists. The artistic interventions happen here in site-specific installations that seamlessly meld culture and nature – one has already been designated "a landing place for angels".

These unexpected fragments and horizons will continue to inspire visitors in this gorgeous coastal setting. The opening ceremony on June 8 brings together performance, visual arts and community in an exceptional celebration.

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"Horizons and Fragments" creates an astonishing landscape of land art and installation – work by Norwegian and international artists appears to rise...

Art and landscape at Bru - Horizons and fragments

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