Day Fifty Richard Long (1945 -) Chicago Mud Circle, 2010 (image by Amber Wilkie Photography via flickr) In 1967, when he was 18, Richard Long made a sculpture by the simple act of walking. Key to Land Art, his work is ‘simple creative acts of walking and marking about place, locality, time, distance and measurement’.
MUD HALL, Harvard University, initiated by Anna Heringer and Martin Rauch (an expert in clay architecture), and produced by the 2012 Loeb Fellows. Designers and design students alike from Harvard University, MIT, RISD and various architecture practices worked to build the project at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design in April 2012.
Karolina and Wayne Switzer, participants of the Nka Foundation’s “10×10 Shelter Challenge” design and build a 10 by 10 feet shelter deep in the heart of Ghana.