The number of books by Andy Goldsworthy continues to grow. My goal is eventually to have the complete collection here in the library.
Goldsworthy's site specific sculpture and land art employs a range of natural materials; stone, leaves, grasses, bark, twigs, petals, rock, clay, feathers, snow, ice. His works are often ephemeral, their transient existence recorded only by the photographs that he makes and which are in themselves fundamental to his aesthetic.
The books are listed on this site in the page called Photography at The Drip. I hope that perhaps one day these books will inspire someone to explore these directions here at The Drip?