Jean-Michel Pancin

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Jean-Michel Pancin, a photographer from France, was a CLUI Wendover Resident in 2005. For his project, he made a series of interviews with residents of Wendover, to discover how they envision their environment, and he photographed them in their home or place of work and in the areas in Wendover they found most meaningful. His book, Wendover no(s) limit(e)s, was published by Monografik Editions in 2008.

Jesse Stiles and Olivia Robinson

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Jesse Stiles and Olivia Robinson, artists from upstate New York, were terranauts at Southbase for a number of months in 2005, the first to fully integrate with the new live-work space Clean Livin’, built by Simparch. While their mere existence there and patterns of living constituted a “piece of work,” they engaged with the environs in many creative ways as well. A sampling of their research projects was represented on an interactive touchscreen kiosk, installed in CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 2 for several years.

Lucy Raven

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Hans-Christian Schink

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Hans-Christian Schink is a German photographer who visited Wendover in the summer of 2005. While in Wendover he developed the solarization process for his 1h Project, which he subsequently applied photographically at numerous locations around the world, and which is depicted and described in the publication Hans-Christian Schink-1h, published by Hatje Cantz, 2010.

http://www.hc-schink.de/

Bernd Behr

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Bernd Behr is a German artist based in London, who came to Wendover in 2005 to work on a film about German Village on Dugway Proving Ground. He visited the site and built sets for the film in the Target Hall at Southbase. The film, House Without a Door, an expressionistic look at simulated architecture and war, premiered at High Desert Test Sites in June 2008, and was shown at CLUI Wendover in July 2008. It has since been shown at several museums in Europe.

Mara Scrupe

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Mara Scrupe is an artist from Virginia who came to Wendover in 2005 to do an inventory of invasive plant species, but instead became enamored with the textures of the weathered surfaces of the airbase buildings. She made a photographic inventory-like display and video about peeling paint, desiccated warped wood, and other surfaces called Archaeo-entropy: Intercession for a Deactivated Airbase.

http://www.scrupe.com/

Zelig Kurland

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Zelig Kurland is a cultural researcher, photographer, and sound-sampler who came to Wendover in 2005 to document the town’s social infrastructure.

Oscar Tuazon

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Oscar Tuazon is an artist based in Paris and Tacoma, who has worked with Vito Acconci Studios, studied at the Whitney Museum, and co-founded the Castillo/Corrales gallery in Paris. He came to Wendover in 2006 and worked on a project about utopian communities.

http://www.castillocorrales.fr/

Nicole Jean Hill

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Born in Toledo, Ohio, Nicole Jean Hill received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Canada and a MFA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a faculty member in the art department of Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. She came to Wendover in 2006 and explored the relationship between surficial inscriptions on the salt flats and their depiction as photographic images.

http://www.nicolejeanhill.com

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