Land art project in Heuvelland

04 May 2021 - Published by Anna Grude
The land art project is an installation on the flank of the Kemmelberg, a local hill with great geographical and historical value. The installation involves raising nine monoliths and building two entrance gates, both referring to the prehistoric past of the site.

The installation is made by a land art artist, but also involves about 20 students from Vives University of Applied Sciences in Roeselare, in the direction of green management.

- They will learn the knowledge of dynamic braiding, typical of land art, with the aim of using this technique later in their own professional career, says Stefaan Decrock, project manager for Cupido in Heuvelland.

Watch a video from the installation