Chris Wilcha

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Filmmaker Chris Wilcha was a resident in 1999. While in Wendover he researched and documented social phenomena on the Bonneville Salt Flats, including races, advertising shoots, film productions, and model rocketry.

Tim Nohe

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Sara Irving

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Sara Irving is a photographer who teaches at New Mexico State University and was a resident in Wendover in 1999. While in Wendover, she explored the region and made hundreds of black and white images. She returned later to install an exhibit of this work, using multiple images, assembled in visually disjunctive, yet conceptually related panoramas, entitled Markings, Explorations from Wendover, shown in the CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 1 in 2002.

 

Mark Ruwedel

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Mark Ruwedel is a veteran photographer of the region, and has used the residence facilities in Wendover to work on a large cycle of photographic work entitled, Report on Lake Bonneville. This is a series of both single and multi-panel panoramic photographs, with accompanying maps, whose subject is the intersection of geologic and human histories.

www.artnet.com/artists/mark-ruwedel

 

Charles Hood

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Charles Hood was a resident in 1999. While in Wendover he researched and began writing about the time that the Enola Gay bomber was stationed at the airbase. This work became a major part of his book-length poem The Half-Life of Salt, Voices of the Enola Gay: Wendover, Tinian, Hiroshima, which was published by Fountain Mountain Press in 2002.

 

Derek Stroup

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Derek Stroup was a resident in 2000. While in Wendover he researched and documented television antennas, an archaic and rapidly disappearing feature of the vernacular landscape. He made models and dioramas of antennas, which were displayed in the West room of CLUI Wendover Exhibit Hall 2. This project became part of his large project Field Guide, which has been shown in Seattle, Chicago, and elsewhere.

http://www.re-title.com/artists/derek-stroup.asp

Lead Pencil Studio (Daniel Mihalyo and Annie Han)

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Daniel Mihalyo and Annie Han, known as the Seattle-based architecture team Lead Pencil Studio, were residents in Wendover in 2000. While in Wendover they focused on foundations and footings, and made an exhibit about these buried structures and the transience of architecture.

http://www.leadpencilstudio.com/

 

Richard Menzies

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Writer and photographer Richard Menzies was a resident in 2000. While in Wendover he made an exhibition of his work Passing Through, about the characters he has interviewed and documented over the years that have lingered or transited through the emptiness around Wendover. Menzies, along with Robert Goldberger were the editors and publishers of Salt Flat News, a pioneering newspaper about the region that was published for a few years in the 1970s.

Scott Smallwood

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Scott Smallwood, a sound artist and musician, was a resident in 2000. While in Wendover he made a series of field recordings, which have been released as Desert Winds: 6 Windblown Sound Pieces & Other Works, on the Deep Listening label.

http://www.scott-smallwood.com/

 

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