South Tyrolean sculpture path
This path is aimed at uniting villages and raising the awareness of the natural pace of life.
Thirteen artists have been invited to participate in this project. They engaged with a certain place along the path connecting Lana and other villages in the surroungings, dealing with it. This is how this particular trail emerged, integrating spectators anf hikers and prompting them to backpedal and provoke changings. Not strict rules are the message of this trail, but free unfolding and development, enabling progression. Slow movement is intended to link spectators to nature and arts and to call their attention on this cultural area.
13 artists wondered about and investigated on the pace of life and humans on this world and the result is really astonishing. There is for example a dragon trail with the motto „I am angry“ by the South Korean Moon Byoung based on a Korean narration in which nine dragons (in South Korea a symbol of luck) back out due to the unreasonableness of human beings.
“InnerViews”, “Dreiklang”, “Earthmove” or “Negative” are other titles of the pieces of art which have been realised by different artists. Walking time for the whole trail is approximately 2.5 hours. It starts in Lana di Sopra and takes you for approx. 3 km along the Brandis Waalweg path (7 projects) and for further 5 km along the Lend and Gola promenades (26 projects).
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