|THERE IT IS—TAKE IT! [read project synopsis]
There It Is—Take It! is a self-guided car audio tour through Owens Valley, California along U.S. Route 395 examining the controversial social, political, and environmental history of the Los Angeles Aqueduct system launching in October 2012.
|JACKRABBIT HOMESTEAD [read project synopsis]
Jackrabbit Homestead is a published book and Web-based multimedia presentation featuring a downloadable car audio tour exploring the cultural legacy of the Small Tract Act in Southern California's Morongo Basin region near Joshua Tree National Park. The book was published in December 2009 by the Center for American Places.
|INVISIBLE-5 [read project synopsis]
Invisible-5 is a self-guided audio car tour investigating the stories of people and communities fighting for environmental justice along the I-5 corridor between San Francisco and Los Angeles through oral histories, field recordings, found sound, recorded music, and archival audio documents. The project also traces natural, social, and economic histories along the route. Collaboratively produced, this free, downloadable audio project was supported by the Creative Work Fund.
|SAFE AS MOTHER'S MILK: THE HANFORD PROJECT [read project synopsis]
The Hanford Project is a website and installation project examining the atomic history of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation through declassified historic photos, media and documents available online through the Department of Energy’s Hanford website. The project was originally commissionedand exhibited for Cornish College of the Arts (Seattle, WA) ART + ACTIVISM Visiting Artist Series in 2002
|GREETINGS FROM THE SALTON SEA [read project synopsis]
Greetings from the Salton Sea is a book and installation project documenting the natural and built environment of the Salton Sea—an ecologically challenged saline body of water located in Southern California near the Mexican border. Greetings from the Salton Sea: Folly and Intervention in the Southern California Landscape, 1905-2005 was published by the Center for American Places in 2005 and is now available in paperback.
Salmoncity.net is an educational website created for Salmon in the City, a series of thirteen temporary community art projects administered through the Seattle Arts Commission. Each creative project (film, poetry, sculpture, theater and other media) responded to the 2000 Endangered Species Act listing of Puget Sound Chinook salmon as regionally threatened. Projects were presented during the summer of 2001 throughout the Seattle metropolitan area.