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Terri Warpinski

My recent long-term projects have focused on border zones, examining the multiple and conflicted perspectives that complicate these places. This work is driven by the conviction that a geo-political border is as much a process as it is a physical location – a construction that is a conscious human determination. It is a decision. Its consequences are many. They may…

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Judy Natal

Honoring powers of observation as profound sources of knowledge, my work walks between diverse world views, cultivating mutualism between knowledge systems to draw attention to the personal and emotional dimensions of climate chaos. We can no longer afford to see ourselves in isolation, but rather as interconnected bodies of living breathing organisms that depend on each other to be a…

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Dana Fritz

For over two decades, my work has focused on how humans shape and represent the landscape whether in formal gardens, colossal vivaria, landscape painting, or a hand-planted forest. My current work, Field Guide to a Hybrid Landscape foregrounds the impact of our decisions, past and present, to exploit, protect, or restore our environment. Field Guide… traces the evolution of the…

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Martina Shenal

The series Secondary Nature examines human interaction with the landscape- the ways that we alter, mediate, engage with and represent it. Through photography I explore the intricate systems that act to limit the destructive natural forces of volcanic landscapes in Japan, Korea, Hawai’i, and the Azores archipelago. These locations share an infrastructure that is, by necessity, conspicuously engineered and endemic…

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Margaret LeJeune

As a photographic artist, I take a multidisciplinary approach; one that informs my work and allows me to situate it within larger scholarly, social, and political conversations. In the series Growing Light, I draw from both biological sciences and humanities to explore wonders of the natural world and the threats humans pose to them. Using photographic processes that harness the…

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Marion Belanger

I photograph the cultural landscape where geology and the built environment intersect, particularly where shifting identities of place and boundaries are in flux.  Boundaries serve as the borderline between knowing and mystery, inside and outside, the contained and the wild.  Similar to the anthropologist, I look for cultural traces of use and evidence upon the land, particularly among the mundane…

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