Land Art

The rise of Land Art as a genre is directly correlative with the collapse of any effective alternative reality structure outside capitalism. It's not a case of the art-world versus ‘the outside’, but the art-world versus hidden commitments.

An audience wearing lifejackets outside in a post industrial wasteland.
A classic kodak disposable camera
Embassy Gallery Curatorial commission

Salon Neu, North Sea, 2011 onwards

Kimberley Abbott, Abigail Rebekah Barr, Alan Campbell, Francesco Cassi & Francesca Nobilucci, Lauren Chipeur, Leigh Chorlton, Claire Davies, Sarah Diver, Hannah Edward, James Epps, Tom Estes, Zoë Fothergill & Iain Morrison, , Greg Fullerton, Lewis den Hertog, Sacha Imrie, Jacqui Irvine, Elli Matzourani Koutsoukeli, Alice Ladenburg, Margaret Malcolm, Clare McDermott, Lesley Mcdermott, Martyn McKenzie, Dennis Miller, Francis Morgen, Katie Morrison, Ellyce Moselle, Kate Murphy, Despina Nissiriou, Marcus O'Shea, Tessa Payne, Aleksandr Petrovsky, Holly Prentice, Rima O. Qvale, Jim Ricks, Florian Ryan, Sara Sinclair, Gerry Smith, Sam Stocker, Richard Taylor, Hugo de Verteuil, Rachel and Holly Know Yeoman / Richard Parry in association with the Embassy Gallery and The Republic of Peru

Innovative method of oceanic redistribution ensures that when the artefact is completed the activity that fits them together disappears entirely. See more

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Richard Parry, artist
Edinburgh Annuale commission

Young London Sculpture Trail, Water of Leith walkway, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2018

DISCLAIMER: All titles represented through this artwork are fictitious. Any resemblance to real people or other real-life entities is purely coincidental. Any resemblance to the V22 Plc "Young London" exhibition franchise, or exhibits therein is purely conincidental and no identification is intended or should be inferred.

Destroying the identity by doing it as though it was the identity and then doing it and selling it. Every time someone buys it, it is reinforced that that is the identity. See more

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A generic smartphone
An early-naughties Sony handycam.

Not Not Fireworks, United Kingdom Regeneration Zones, 2014, 2015, 2016

This conscious environment finds risk, tension, stretching, entanglement and discord, becoming positive where exchange and transfer is inherent.

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Intensifying the medium's mediation practice

Richard Parry Land Art television

It's like the audience are agents of their own salvation – social capitalists whose visibility depends on mobilizing any resources as a form of decentralised, third party control.

an old-school nokia phone
In collaboration with Mr. Omar Abdi Ali

Country On The Click - New Postinternet Art From Mogidishu, 2013

Driftwood sculpture.

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Land Art Field Recordings

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Not Not Fireworks / Turner Contemporary and Margate Sands

Sketches of Margate

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GUILTY / Kilifi Creek and YouTube

The Jambo Song

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JAZZ / COUM Transmissions

On Humber Street

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