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Michael Heizer: Circular Planar Displacement Drawing, The artist drove a motorcycle in circles in Jean Dry Lake, Nevada, creating a pattern of lines.

Michael Heizer’s “Circular Surface, Planar Displacement Drawing,” 1969, located at El Mirage Dry Lake Bed. Featured in 'Troublemakers' of Land Art

Michael Heizer’s "Circular Surface, Planar Displacement Drawing," El Mirage Dry Lake from 'Troublemakers' (photo © Gianfranco Gorgoni, courtesy Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles)

Michael Heizer-Rift   The transformative powers of nature are examined through the natural deterioration of Heizer excavation . the artist creates dynamic relationship between time and space . The forms which have beeb dug into the desert floor gradually disappear over time as they are eroded and the site is reclaimed by nature .time is set ion relation to human scale ,which feels musclier  compared in proportion to the immensity of nature .

Michael Heizer-Rift The transformative powers of nature are examined through the natural deterioration of Heizer excavation . the artist creates dynamic relationship between time and space . The forms.

**Germany - in order to prevent the transformation of a small park next to a city, into a parking place, a cultural association organized an international workshop in which, young artists had to realize their work in situ, later presented and open to the public as an exhibition.  By Giuseppe Licari

**Germany - in order to prevent the transformation of a small park next to a city, into a parking place, a cultural association organized an international workshop in which, young artists had to realize their work in situ, later presented and open to the public as an exhibition. By Giuseppe Licari

Heizer with his sculpture “North, East, South, West” and his dog Tomato Rose.

Dana Goodyear on Michael Heizer, the pioneering artist of the earthworks movement, and his monumental sculpture, in the Nevada desert.