Empowering remediation with Land Art

It's not a case of the art-world versus 'the outside', but rather an art-world versus hidden committments.

Regeneration Zone Land Art, UK

Richard Parry's Not Not Fireworks

A continual deferral of plentitude forcing new forms of audience. Resistance for inflections of power that organise and appropriate urban desire. A complex frontier between spatial politics and cultural change. The production of art as a crucial site for analysing and intervening in the reproduction of ‘nature’.

London Margate Glasgow
a man wearing a dark raincoat walking down a dimly-lit street at night
the sea's horizon on a sunny day, photographed by a disposable camera from the beach

“For the lay art audience, the materials are static deliverables with a fixed net worth. For the professional artist, however, the materials are in flux and must be moved onto another speculative configuration to facilitate asset backed securitization.”

Dr Neil Mullholland, Research Explorer

Amazing Richard Parry Land Art In Real Life.

figure in a thicket

Mnichov district, Czech Republic, 2017

Land Art Common Land (Collective project with Klasse Pryde / Sculpture Studio UMPRUMM)

hilly, verdant, landscape

Asia district, Peru, 2016

Offset Critical High Ground (with Oscar Murillo), accessible by dune buggy

a bird's eye view of a warm beach

Gezira Beach, 2013

Country On The Click (with Mr. Omar Abdi Ali) accessible by cellphone

sailing man

Kilifi Creek, Kenya, 2015

Offset GUILTY (after Jeff Koons And Ivana Porfiri), accessible by Capt. Issa's boat

submerged picture plane in a lagoon

Venetian Lagoon, 2013

Commissione Privata (commission), accessible by vapouretto

running figure reflected in a shoreline

The North Sea, 2011

Salon Neu (with Embassy Gallery members), experienced from Peru

a gathering of people in a post-industrial wasteland

The Interzone / Narnia, 2011

Ballard in Narnia (with Merlin Carpenter), accessible by canoe

a figurative sculpture in a body of water

The Water of Leith, 2011

Young London (commission), accessible by footpath

Experience the ownership of Richard Parry Land Art with Land Art (PARRY) cryptocurrency.

The Land Art (PARRY) cryptocurrency maintains a decentralised ownership ledger, offering new ways to own Land Art.

While traditional valuation and acquisition hierarchies centralise exclusive circulation, PARRY cryptoassets diffuse the possibilities for owning Land Art outward.

How it works

1. Richard Parry studio records the ownership of Land Art artworks by issuing PARRY tokens.
2. The ownership and accounting systems for PARRY exist as a blockchain subledger.
3. Secondary markets trade PARRY through cryptocurrency exchange.

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