earthworks


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

earthworks:

see land artland art
or earthworks,
art form developed in the late 1960s and early 70s by Robert Smithson, Robert Morris, Michael Heizer, and others, in which the artist employs the elements of nature in situ or rearranges the landscape with earthmoving equipment.
..... Click the link for more information.
.
References in periodicals archive ?
Due to the fact that Earthworks faces competition from other creators, producers, sellers, marketers, distributors and licensors, and due to the uncertainty of the public's response to Earthworks' children's and family entertainment properties, actual results may differ materially from such forward-looking statements.
punctual earthworks for the drinking water system using a mechanical shovel
Earthworks President Peter Keefe commented: "We believe that the wonderful world of endless entertainment established by Suzy's Zoo creator Suzy Spafford will enjoy tremendous success in the Japan market and we are very excited to continue to grow our extremely valuable new relationship with the Sony Plaza Company.
64 ZOO LANE, a highly popular TV series airing on the Noggin TV Network, now represented by Earthworks for all merchandise licensing in the USA.
They concern: - the realization of the roundabout of charance and restoration of the path of the bishops, - earthworks of the central section between the senator~s roundabout (excluded) and the poplar road, - earthwork of the greenway between the senator~s roundabout (excluded) and the avenue de charance, - crossing work of tournefave (oh3), - turrelet discharge structure (oh3 bis), - networks of longitudinal and transversal sanitation, - earthworks from the central section of the poplar road to the aurouzes roundabout, - basins of aurouzes and veynes, - greenway in the corresponding sectors whose 2 embankments are connected giratoire des aurouzes.
Yet, due to a lack of knowledge, designers, and landowners often build earthworks that are costly, inappropriately sized and sited, or even dangerous.
The Spiral Jetty Encyclo: Exploring Robert Smithson's Earthwork Through Time and Place
The collaboration between Trimble and Sumitomo takes excavator performance to the next level with Trimble Earthworks semi-automatic excavator machine control," said Troy Rigby, OEM manager for Trimble Civil Engineering and Construction, Asia Pacific.
Chuan Holdings has over 20 years of experience in the provision of earthworks to the construction industry in Singapore.
Jagger was fined PS1,000, and must pay PS3,850 costs and a PS15 victim surcharge; Earthworks was fined PS2,500, with PS3,850 costs and a PS15 victim surcharge.
Earthen enclosures in the shapes of circular rings with entryways facing east, squares with rounded corners and entryways, octagons with eight entrances, long passageways bordered by smooth earthen walls, conical mounds, low walls bordering large areas, and huge flat-topped rectangular burial mounds were placed along rivers, creeks, and natural land formations, with earthworks traversing the landscape for miles.
According to a report in National Geographic News, satellite images of the upper Amazon Basin taken since 1999 have revealed more than 200 geometric earthworks spanning a distance greater than 155 miles.