|Itinerary: Richard Long, Walking and Marking
Sculpture, p. 16
1 September 2007
Long's walks, photographs, maps, drawings, and sculptures are as much about his personal relationship to the landscape as they are about the land itself. Like the younger generation of British environmental artists he inspired, he focuses on the physical and perceptual interactions that arise from an individual's presence in and passage through a particular terrain: human scale and presence remain key. This retrospective, which highlights his Scottish walks and works, also includes work on paper, recent driftwood sculptures, new large-scale mud wall-drawings, and a new outdoor sculpture in Dorset stone.