dessardo, sculptor
dessardo, sculptor
Tasu (Béthisy-Saint-Martin, France - 2017) Escaper (Seneffe, Belgium - 2017) Courage, Fuyons! (Brussels, Belgium - 2016) Éloge de la Fuite (1F Rue des Renards, Brussels, Belgium - 2016) Lento (Korpoo Island, Finland - 2016) Eolo (Béthisy-Saint-Martin, France - 2016) Fuga (Béthisy-Saint-Martin, France - 2016) Onda (Béthisy-Saint-Martin, France - 2016) Loudspeakers (Tsukuba, Japan - 2015) Prosthesis (Abiko, Chiba, Japan - 2014) Copy (Neustadt an der Donau, Germany - 2014) Poulailler (Nannay, France - 2013) Breathing (East Haddam, USA - 2013) Gargouilles (Creysse, France - 2013) Installation (Wattwiller, France - 2013) Local (Brussels, Belgium - 2012) Proto-Gonzo (East Haddam, USA - 2011) Dix Goulottes (Tuilières, France - 2011) Zone (Gartow, Germany - 2011) Junk Trail (Connecticut, USA - 2010) Local People Do (Friesland, The Netherlands - 2010) Wheelbridge (Connecticut, USA - 2009) Waterfall (Connecticut, USA - 2009) Erddach (Lehnin, Germany - 2008) Waterloop (Flevoland, The Netherlands - 2008) Camouflage (Camargue, France - 2008) Stylite (Connecticut, USA - 2007) Exodus (Ludwigshafen, Germany - 2007) Wasserstand (Ingolstadt, Germany - 2007) Wall (Comines, Belgium - 2006) Network (Kongju, Korea - 2006) Belgian Flags (Brussels, Belgium - 2006) Penta & Stone (Busan, Korea - 2004) Mul Gil (Kongju, Korea - 2004) Aqueduc (Gesves, Belgium - 2004) Pän tà (Shanghai, China - 2003) Parasísmicas (Putaendo, Chile - 2003) Cortejo (Putaendo, Chile - 2002) Anticiclónica (Las Malaguetas, Dominican Rep. - 2000) Jetable (Wissant, France - 1998)
Mul Gil  (Kongju, Korea - 2004)  100 m, bamboo, plastic, iron, water

Mul Gil was created during the first International Guemgang Nature Art Biennale, organized by the YATOO Nature Art Association. The event was based on an interest and commitment to Nature and the environment.
Mul Gil is an aqueduct. It collects the water from a river and brings it further down to the same river. It is a double and parallel channel made out of two pieces of bamboo, running in the forest, suspended to the trees. Mul Gil follows a natural flowing creek trough 100 meters but carries water faster the than the natural way. Mul Gil is a shortcut.

Realized in Jang Gun Bong Nature Art Park, Gong-ju Communication Arts College, Gong-ju, Korea.

drawing of the project drawing of the project

Mul Gil   (Kongju, Korea - 2004)
100 m, bamboo, plastic, iron, water
Movie 1: The Watcher and the Frog (10 mn)