Monday 14 October 2019,
Crowley Theater, Marfa, Texas
Land Arts of the American West
Lively 8 minute-long multimedia presentations will be interspersed with moderated feedback and discussion.
BIVOUAC: Marfa is hosted by Land Arts of the American West at Texas Tech University, a transdisciplinary field program based in the College of Architecture dedicated to expanding awareness of the intersection of human construction and the evolving nature of our planet.
“Making Driving Through There Enough” by Maggie Mitts.
“Flatland” by Lia Forslund & Franek Wardynski.
“Learning from Lubbock: liminal landscapes” by Bobbie Brown, Noémie Despland Lichtert, Jonathan Lalinde, Juan Moya, Levi Rey, Darbie Roach, Brendan Sullivan Shea, & Joshua Sheek.
“h:our less.” by Isaac Arzate.
“Unity” by Caleb Randall.
“Cognitive Dissonance: Scales & Perceptions” by Daisy Limon.
”MICROBI[H]OME” by Skylar Perez.
“hello dust!” by Ilia Reyes & Carl Spartz.
“Searching for Elsewhere” by Barbara Pearsall.
“Traces of Time” by Romina Cardiello.
“EARTH-BODY” by Ashley Condina.
“CLIMATE CAMP” by Dannette Aguirre Tizatl, David Autry, Hannah Brown, Jonathan Calix, Peyton Fikac, Deborah Garcia, Lainey Garner, K’leigh Guzman, Sara Hackett, Cole Howell, Destiny Marcum, Miranda Mcalister, Allison Orr, John Reyes, & Craytonia Williams.
“Speculation” by Adrian Reyna.
“Spectre” by Franek Wardynski & Lia Forslund.
Please, direct questions or inquiries to Chris Taylor, Director of Land Arts of the American West at Texas Tech.