In this episode, we talked about using technologies such as Google Street View to photograph the landscape, as well as seeing the land as a place that collect history and seeing the act of taking pictures as an anti-death impulse.
Matthew López-Jensen is an environmental artist with a lens-based approach to many projects. He engages with social practice, and a lot of his works are community-based participatory projects.
Matthew is a Guggenheim Fellow in photography and his work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Gallery of Art and the Brooklyn Museum, among other institutions.
2:03 Artist Walks
6:06 Every Tree in Town project
7:27 Park Artifact the Bronx project
7:34 The Wonder Under Photographic Cabinets of Curiosity project
9:37 Rainbow Around the Sun project
11:36 49 States project
12:32 Jon Rafman
12:34 Doug Rickard
12:36 Michael Wolf
17:50 You Are the Center of Something project
19:37 Rainbow Around the Sun project