Deborah Stratman

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Chicago-based filmmaker and artist Deborah Stratman was a resident in 2001, and has made many subsequent visits. While in Wendover, she engaged in a project called Power/Exchange, which involved the erection of a 50 foot tall radio tower of her design and the distribution of a booklet at vending boxes throughout the region.

www.pythagorasfilm.com

 

Wayne Barrar

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Wayne Barrar was a resident in 2001. While in Wendover he photographed the region extensively and visited many of the mining operations in the area. The work from his time in and around Wendover was shown in an exhibit called Accumulating Histories at the Sarjeant Gallery in New Zealand, in 2002, and at the CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 2 in 2004.

Ted Kane

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Ted Kane was a resident in 2001. While in Wendover he made several visual studies of the area, using his experience as a professional architect. He created large inkjet panels with vast zones of sky, reflected in ponds in the foreground and divided by linear elements, such as roads and dykes and power lines. These were shown as an exhibit entitled Saltworks in CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 1 in 2003/2004.

http://www.polarinertia.com/

Liza McConnell

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Liza McConnell is an artist from New York City. She came to Wendover in 2002.

Jessica Sowls

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Jessica Sowls was a resident in 2002. While in Wendover, she researched, explored, and documented bunkers and missile launch sites in the region. She exhibited this work in an installation in the west room of CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 2 in 2004.

Bill Brown

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Filmmaker and writer Bill Brown, itinerant but based in Lubbock, Texas, was a resident in Wendover in 2003. While in Wendover, he constructed the Railbike, a tandem bicycle with an outrigger that he used for exploring and documenting the abandoned railroads of the area. The Railbike remains at CLUI Wendover as a resource for current and future residents.

http://www.heybillbrown.com/

 

 

Tori Arpad

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Tori Arpad is a sculptor based in Florida, who came to Wendover with the Land Arts of the American West group in 2003, then stayed on at Southbase, where she made a number of video-based projects. One video, called Straightline/Playroll, made with Bill Gilbert, is about cognitive dissonance in isotopic space, a phenomenon otherwise known as being out on the salt flats.

Catherine Harris

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Catherine Harris was a resident in 2003. While in Wendover she studied and documented the state line. Afterwards she assembled a sculpture called Balance, made of two pivoting steel armatures, studded with photographs. The upper armature has images of the sky, taken at regular intervals while walking the state line. The lower armature has images of the ground, taken from the same locations. The piece was installed in CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 2, with numerous text panels on the wall.

Martin Lucas

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Martin Lucas is a documentary filmmaker, media studies theorist, and teacher at Hunter College, New York. He came to Wendover in 2003 to work on a project about atomic history. He photographed the buzz bomb launch sites at Southbase and the Enola Gay Hangar.

Achim Mohné

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Achim Mohné is an artist from Cologne, Germany, who came to Wendover to work at CLUI for the first time in 2003, to install the first part of a remote light project. He has returned on a few other occasions, including in 2005, when he installed the completed the Lemay Island Project at the Center’s Remote Location, 40 miles north of Wendover.

www.achimmohne.de

 

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