Projects with CLUI | 1999-2001

The Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI) is "dedicated to the increase and diffusion of knowledge about how the nation's lands are apportioned, utilized, and perceived." I worked with CLUI in a number of capacities from 1999 to 2000, which influenced my own practice. Below are links to several projects I worked on while I was at the organization:

> Desert Research Station
> High Desert Region
> The Nellis Range Perimeter
> Route 126

> Formations of Erasure: Earthworks and Entropy
> Curious Orange: Points of View in the Landscape of Orange County
> Sites of Interest in the Southern California Desert
> Desert Research Station

> Field Report: Open House at the Nevada Test Site
> Kitt Peak, Arizona: A Cluster of Portals for the Naked and Aided Eye

Kitt Peak Observatory, Arizona

> Curious Orange | 2001 | The Beall Center, University of California- Irvine
> On Locations: Places as Sets in the Landscape of Los Angeles |2001 | CLUI Gallery
> Flight Patterns | 2000 | Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
> The Southern California Desert | 2000 | The CLUI Desert Research Station, Hinkley, CA
> Formations of Erasure: Earthworks and Entropy |2000/2001 | CLUI Gallery/ Storefront for Art and Architecture, NYC
> The Nellis Range: Landscape of Conjecture | 2000 | CLUI Gallery, Los Angeles CA

> The World is Their Canvas | Reed Johnson | LA Times, 8.6.02
> New York Times Art in Review | Roberta Smith | 5.25.11
> Thrilling Images of Nature Throw Caution to the Wind | David Pagel | LA TImes, 9.22.00
> Flight Patterns (Catalog) | Cornelia Butler | MOCA, 2000