If you liked that, you might be interested in the Andy Goldsworthy documentary, "Rivers and Tides": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rivers_and_Tides
It was on Netflix as of a year or so ago and really wonderful to watch.
Mr. Gingras's pieces reminded me of some works by a really interesting sculptor in Alberta, Peter von Tiesenhausen, notably his 'The Watchers'.
That was gorgeous, and the music and timing really make the piece work.
A decade or so ago, a friend of mine salvaged a bunch of discarded Christmas trees, waited until they dried out, took them down to the beach, and made a giant menorah. It didn't last seven nights , or even as long as Gingras's cairn burn.
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