CLUI Work Samples

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5114 CLUI image from CLUI exhibition Desert Ramparts: Defending Las Vegas from the Flood. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, July 7–September 17, 2017. 

5127 CLUI image from CLUI exhibition Best Available Control Measures: Aerial Portraits of Owens Lake. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, April 21–July 2, 2017. 

5126 Installation image: CLUI exhibition Executive Decisions: The Personal Landscape Legacy of American Presidents. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, August 26–December 24, 2016.

5130 Installation image of CLUI exhibition Los Alamos Rolodex: Doing Business with the National Lab 1967-1978. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, December 18, 2015–April 17, 2016.

5117 Installation image: CLUI exhibition Foreground: The Landscape of Golf in America. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, May 22–September 20, 2015.

5118 Installation image: CLUI exhibition United Divide: A Linear Portrait of the USA/Canada Border. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, November 7, 2014–May 17, 2015.

5119 Public presentation: Kyle Hipsley, US Commissioner of the International Boundary Commission, Independent Interpreter presentation, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibition United Divide: A Linear Portrait of the USA/Canada Border. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, December 12, 2014.

5120 Installation image: CLUI exhibition On-Site Office Trailers: Invisible Architecture of the Urban Environment, an immersive exhibition installed in an office trailor sited at Parcel B in Culver City, May 17–June 16, 2013, commissioned as part of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time: Modern Architecture in LA.

5121 Public Programming: On-Site Office Trailer Bus Tour, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibit On-Site Office Trailers: Invisible Architecture of the Urban Environment, 2013, part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: Modern Architecture in L.A. 

5122 Public Programming: High Voltage Bus Tour, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibit LADWP Power: Electricity in Los Angeles, 2014.

5131 Installation image of CLUI exhibition Initial Points: Anchors of America's Grid. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, January 27–May 27, 2012.

5132 Installation image of CLUI exhibition Pavement Paradise: American Parking Space. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, 2007.

 

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CLUI Artistic Samples

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5114 CLUI image from CLUI exhibition Desert Ramparts: Defending Las Vegas from the Flood. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, July 7–September 17, 2017. 

5117 Installation image: CLUI exhibition Foreground: The Landscape of Golf in America. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, May 22–September 20, 2015.

5118 Installation image: CLUI exhibition United Divide: A Linear Portrait of the USA/Canada Border. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, November 7, 2014–May 17, 2015.

5119 Public presentation: Kyle Hipsley, US Commissioner of the International Boundary Commission, Independent Interpreter presentation, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibition United Divide: A Linear Portrait of the USA/Canada Border. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, December 12, 2014.

5120 Installation image: CLUI exhibition On-Site Office Trailers: Invisible Architecture of the Urban Environment, an immersive exhibition installed in an office trailor sited at Parcel B in Culver City, May 17–June 16, 2013, commissioned as part of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time: Modern Architecture in LA.

5121 Public Programming: On-Site Office Trailer Bus Tour, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibit On-Site Office Trailers: Invisible Architecture of the Urban Environment, 2013, part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: Modern Architecture in L.A. 

5122 Public Programming: High Voltage Bus Tour, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibit LADWP Power: Electricity in Los Angeles, 2014.

5123 Public Programming: High Voltage Bus Tour, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibit LADWP Power: Electricity in Los Angeles, 2014.

5124 Public Programming: Crash Sites Bus Tour, presented in conjunction with the CLUI exhibit Down to Earth: Experimental Aircraft Crash Sites of the Mojave, 2013.

5125 Public Programming: Bus Tour of the Urban Oilscape of Los Angeles, presented in conjunction with CLUI exhibit Urban Crude: The Oil Fields of the Los Angeles Basin, 2009.

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5114 CLUI image from CLUI exhibition Desert Ramparts: Defending Las Vegas from the Flood. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, July 7–September 17, 2017. 

5117 Installation image: CLUI exhibition Foreground: The Landscape of Golf in America. Center for Land Use Interpretation, Los Angeles, May 22–September 20, 2015.

Wendover

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CLUI Exhibit Hall CLUI Exhibit Hall CLUI Orientation Building CLUI Orientation Building CLUI Operations & Support Buildings CLUI Operations Support Buildings CLUI Southbase Officers Club & Museum Officers Club & Museum Partially Missing Building Partially Missing Building Wendover Airport Office Wendover Airport Office Image Map

A number of buildings, artifacts, objects, and displays are open to the public at the Center’s complex in Wendover, Utah. Visitors are encouraged to begin at the CLUI Wendover Orientation Building, which has displays about the region. The Orientation Building is open every day. Access instructions are posted outside, and are also available by calling the CLUI at 310 839-5722. 

MICRO: VIEW POINTS OF INTEREST AROUND THE OLD WENDOVER AIRFIELD

MACRO: VIEW POINTS OF INTEREST IN THE GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT REGION


Directions to CLUI Wendover:
Wendover, Utah is located on Interstate 80, on the state line between Utah and Nevada, 2304 miles west of the George Washington Bridge in New York City, and 611 miles east of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco. At Wendover, exit south off Interstate 80 to Wendover Boulevard (the main street in Wendover, which runs parallel to and south of Interstate 80). At the Shell gas station, located on the Utah side of the state line, take 1st Street south, then the first left after crossing the railroad tracks. After about a mile you will see the Orientation Building on the left. 

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CLUI Main Office:
The Center for Land Use Interpretation
9331 Venice Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

Phone and Fax (310) 839-5722

Please direct all inquiries about other CLUI facilities through the main office.

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Desert Research Station

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5109 The Desert Research Station (DRS) is a CLUI research and display facility located in the Mojave desert, acting as a satellite to the Los Angeles location, and focusing on the California Desert region. Inside are displays about the land uses of this remarkable hinterland of the Los Angeles Basin. It is open to the public during special events and by appointment. Field sessions and group tour programs are based out of the DRS.

Currently on display:
Down to Earth: Experimental Aircraft Crash Sites of the Mojave
Points of Interest In and Around the Mojave 
Interpretive Walking Trail

Directions 
From downtown Los Angeles, take I-10 east, to I-15 north towards Las Vegas/Barstow. Just before Barstow, take Highway 58 west. Proceed approximately 10 miles to the Hinkley Road exit, then go north for five miles to the DRS, located on the east side of the road.

The street address for the DRS is 40083 Hinkley Road, Hinkley, CA 92347

VIEW POINTS OF INTEREST NEAR THE DRS

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American Land Museum

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The American Land Museum is a collection of locations across the country, selected to express the character and identity of the contemporary American landscape. Each location is an artifact, presented as an exhibit. Being actual places, these exhibits are connected to the continuous ground, and cannot be dislocated and transported into a conventional museum. So they remain where they are, and the museum is established around them, like a picture frame around a picture. Similar in some ways to the National Park system, the American Land Museum is a continental collection of places, meant to be experienced directly to the degree that it is possible and permissible. Unlike the park system, the sites are mostly owned by private entities, which are ultimately responsible for controlling access to them. Not all the exhibits are easy to explore, but they all are part of the contiguous and shared American landscape.

The American Land Museum, under construction for more than 200 years, will open shortly at www.americanlandmuseum.org.

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Main Office & Exhibit Hall

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The Center’s exhibit space and offices in Los Angeles offers exhibits, lectures, and other resources for the public. A small bookstore stocks CLUI publications, and titles of special interest from other publishers.

Currently on view - ENGAGING SCALE: THE RAILROAD LANDSCAPE AS ANALOG MACROSCOPE
While visiting the CLUI in Los Angeles, check out: POINTS OF INTEREST IN CULVER CITY

Open 12 to 5 PM Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, and by appointment.
Closed Christmas Day, and New Years Day.

The Center for Land Use Interpretation
9331 Venice Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 839-5722

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MTA buses #33 and #333, and the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus #12 all stop on Venice Blvd. You can also pick up the nearby Culver City Buses #1, #5, and #7 on Washington Blvd. The Culver City stop on the Exposition Line of the Metro Rail is at Robertson and Venice, two blocks east of the CLUI.

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Engaging Scale: The Railroad Landscape as Analog Macroscope

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5104 Starrucca Viaduct, Susquehanna, PA. CLUI photo.Using video, interpretive panels, and touchcreens, this exhibit explores intersections between large and small scale railroad layouts and landmarks—from full-scale continental railroads to those built by railroad model clubs.

 

ON DISPLAY AT CLUI LOS ANGELES THROUGH JANUARY 28, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

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Houston Petrochemical Corridor Landscan

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Houston Petrochemical Corridor, Texas 
Commissioned by the Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston.

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