Brian Conley

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Brian Conley is an artist and researcher based in San Francisco. He is the cofounder of Cabinet Magazine and teaches at the California College of Art. He came to Wendover in 2006 to “zero-out,” and to conduct research for a project about video-gaming, landscape, and war. The first version of the project was shown in Las Vegas in 2007, as a miniature diorama at the Las Vegas Games Expo.

Michael Light

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Michael Light is a photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area and author of Full Moon, 100 Suns, and other books. He came to Wendover in 2006 as part of his ongoing aerial photographic odyssey of the West, photographing the Great Salt Lake and the mining landforms of the eastern Oquirrh Mountains. Some of this work is featured in the large format photo book Bingham Mine/Garfield Stack, published in 2009.

http://www.michaellight.net/

David Maisel

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David Maisel is a photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area who has made photographic aerial surveys of Owens Lake (published as The Lake Project), the Great Salt Lake (published as Terminal Mirage), and Los Angeles (published as Oblivion). He came to Wendover in 2006 to conduct research and photograph in the area for his Mining Project and Black Maps series of aerial images about mining landscapes.

www.davidmaisel.com

Katherine Bash

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Katherine Bash is a designer and researcher and the founder of the Itinerant Laboratory for Perceptual Inquiry. She came to Wendover in 2006 to execute a project with the writer William L. Fox about the perceptual phenomenology of Floating Island, the isolated landmass at the end of the Bonneville Salt Flats. The project, called Floating Point Operation, was installed in CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 2.

John Brinton Hogan

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John Brinton Hogan, a photographer living in San Diego, was a resident in Wendover in 2006. During his time there he completed his project Vacation: Memories of the American Landscape, about roadside structures of transit and tourism in Western landscapes. The exhibit was installed in CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 1.

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Martin Hogue

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Lisa Blatt

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Lisa Blatt is an artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area, who came to Wendover in 2006. She produced a series of photographs and videos that present the landscape of the region at night. They were shown as an exhibit at the CLUI entitled Night Light, in CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 2, composed of a series of prints and a looping video.

http://www.lisakblatt.com/

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Uta Kogelsberger

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Uta Kogelsberger is a photographer trained at the Royal College of Art in London, who came to Wendover in 2006. Her work in the region included long exposure night photographs of roads, photographing an amateur rocket festival on Black Rock desert, and photographs taken at night with the light of distress flares.

http://www.utakogelsberger.com/

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David Clayton and Stephanie Koenig

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David Clayton and Stephanie Koenig, artists from Syracuse, New York, were residents at Southbase in 2006. They produced a number of miniatures and sculptures while there, including a model of the telephone pole at Southbase, with drooping, cut wires, not connected to anything, a monument of disconnection, abandonment, and isolation.

John Arndt

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John Arndt is an artist from Illinois who spent a number of weeks at Wendover in 2006, sharing Southbase with the National Guard for most of it. He made a number of salt-encrustation sculptures and field recordings, which he compiled on a CD called Field Recordings from the Great Salt Lake Desert, published by Gallery 400. His work was shown in an exhibition called Empire, at the University of Illinois, Chicago College of Architecture and the Arts in 2006.

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