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Friday, 21 February 2014

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

In the eastern part of the Sahara Desert meets the Red Sea in El Gouna, Egypt, is overgrow by "Desert Breath" — A stunning land art project consisting of well-formed cones and Brilliant mirror of water. A Field crop circle? the outre cones and holes look like a antique and unique formation of wind in the Egyptian desert, while when you see the aerial view.  Nestled between the hills in the Egyptian desert. The  community consists of the artist Danane Stratu (Greek Artist), industrial designer and architect Alexandra Stratu and Stell Konstaitindis (The DUST art team). This artifact was  done with collaborative endeavors in 1995-to 1997. This massive and impressive project covers an area of about 100,000 m². Its construction consists of the displacement of 8,000 m³,  with large central water pool. The two curves are dotted with twisted spiral cones, which symbolize the creation of both positive and negative forms. The cones rotated at some point up towards the sky whil outhe extend below the ground surface. all are located on the washed, spreading form the center facilities, where there was a pool filled with water. The project of Desert Breath was completed in March 1997, and still stand in the middle of the desert. Conical hills like those cones, which are formed when a person turns the hourglass. This are object illustrates the inexorable passage of time over which nothing overbearing even the desert. 

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert

"Desert Breath" The Massive Project of Sahara Desert
Photo by D.A.ST. Arteam courtesy the artists


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