Large Scale Snow Designs Are Supposed To Be Transient
Sonja Hinrichsen draws large scale circle patterns in Steamboat Springs, Colorado purposely last for a limited time in response to a world where there are already too many products.
San Francisco-based artist Sonja Hinrichsen has been coordinating small groups of people to help complete her ‘snow drawings’ within hours. The work is meant to be temporary, reflecting her own feelings about material culture, as she told a local paper, “I’m not so into making art that lasts. The world is saturated with man-made projects. I don’t think I need to add more things to the planet.”
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