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

Network was created during the second 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. YATOO's work draws on Nature itself as the source of power for creative expression in substance and form.

The Network runs through the biennale like a prosthesis. It is composed of a link made of different levels:
1) between the artists: some of the artwork of the exhibition is connected to create a biennale unity. The Network mutates by touching the different sculptures.
2) for the site visit: the Network can be a guide or signpost through nature for the exhibition.
3) as a link between organic and man-made objects: such as . The materials found (rubber, bamboo, iron reinforced steel bars (rebar), iron cables, garbage, tree branches, leather and plastic), even discarded by other artists of the biennale, are included because site specific work adapts itself to the whole environment.
4) as a link between nature and culture: natural and cultural elements shape the artwork. The links between elements are physical, they touch, and organic, then they mutate.

Connected artists: Ben Taffinder, Ha Young-Joo, Moon Byoung Tak, Firman Djamil, Varol Topaç, Georg Dietzler, Roger Rigorth, Park In-Jin, Anne Even, Strijdom van der Merwe and Tatsunori Fujii.

379 meters.
Plastic, iron, wood, coconut rope, rubber, bamboo, leather, trees, artworks.
Yeon-mi San, Gong-ju, Korea.

First assistant: Silvia Suarez Lopez, second assistant: No Kyung Bae.

Network  (Kongju, Korea map - 2006)
379 m, plastic, iron, wood, coconut rope, rubber, bamboo, leather, artworks
Movie 1: About Counting (7 mn) 
Network  Kongju, Korea  2006
379 m, plastic, iron, wood, coconut rope, rubber, bamboo, leather, artworks