Below are two instances of artists and their visual artwork they have performed in this world’s nature.
Spencer Tunick is an American artist internationally known for organizing and photographing enormous nude conversations in public spaces. His profession has generated excellent controversies regarding the public space juxtaposition, nudity an art. Tunick refers to these occasions like temporary site-specific installation. Spencer Tunick established an international project named as Nude Adrift that objected to execute at least on enduring installation in all seven continents. The project was differently undertaken in each destination composing the tannery. Tunick was backpacking with his girlfriend in some countries and small group of people. At those countries, he did not have any organizational support and the installations resulted in mostly personal portrait. However, in some other nations, his installations were possible due to a partnership that museum and arts organizations such as the Musee d’Art are contemporizing in Montreal and the Melbourne Fringe Festival which gave him funding and structure. His installations surprised all expectations in all the countries he attended grouping 2000 volunteerism Montreal and over four thousand in Melbourne5. His artistic work made him succeed in all of his works he performed. (Louise et al 22-23).
The aspiration of Christo and Jeanne-Claude is to build major public works of art for New York that started when they emigrated from Europe in 1964. In 1970s while creating projects elsewhere but continuing to live and toil in New York, they remained perpetrated to succeeding in completing a major field work of art in the city. Their attention turned towards the vast flow of people walking through the streets. The resulting proposal was the Gates that was a project directly linked to the human scale to be sited in central Pak. The projects temporally quality are an artistic decision