ecoarchive, a project by ecoartspace

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Tricia Watts and Amy Lipton of ecoartspace curate and advocate for environmental and ecological arts.  Their current exhibition ecoarchive: meditations on time and nature (Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco), got a good review in the online arts blog, artpractical.  Aimee Le Duc highlights Cynthia Hooper‘s films.  I first came across Hooper as an independent interpreter featured by the Center for Land Use Interpretation.  Her films might be classified as observational film, and are deeply affecting meditations on the human construction of the environment.  Bay Dredge (2007) is just one example of the strangeness that Hooper has found in her own landscape.

Screen grab from Cynthia Hooper's 'Baydredge', 2007

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