The archive consists of ephemeral material purchased by the Center for Art + Environment from 871 Fine Arts, a gallery that specializes in out-of-print materials. Materials consist of land arts related ephemera.
This is Not a Trojan Horse was a project created by Futurefarmers: Amy Franceschini, Stijn Schiffeleers + Lode Vranken and in collaboration and with Pollinaria, an organic farm and artist residence operating in the rural context of Abruzzo, Italy, during the summer of 2010. Materials in this archive include digital images, video, copies of and original concept sketches, a cardboard model, and correspondence.
The archive Andrew Rogers: Rhythms of Life consists of materials related to "the world's largest contemporary art undertaking," a project that commenced in 1998 that by 2015 was comprised of 51 geoglyphs located in 16 countries across seven continents. The materials include press articles and photographs of situated geoglyphs.
Anna McKee received a National Science Foundation Antarctic Visiting Artists and Writers Program grant for the 2009-2010 Antarctic field season, where she used data from the 3,405 meter long ice core to create the artwork titled WAIS Divide Reliquary. Materials include process samples, digital images, research materials, presentations, exhibition ephemera, grant materials, design documents, sketches, watercolors, and prints.
The Arcy Douglass: Land Arts Investigation and Writings archive consists of photographs and writings relating to early earthworks by Michael Heizer, Walter De Maria, Nancy Holt, Robert Smithson, and land arts in general.
Arnhembrand was a multi-disciplinary and participatory Australian Aboriginal art project created by artist Mandy Martin and conservationist Guy Fitzhardinge designed to take the contemporary stories from two remote communities of Australiaâs Northern Territory to the world. Materials include finished artworks, research materials, exhibition ephemera, and slides.
Ars contemporaneous alpinus (ACA) was a theoretical and applied research project about the issue of site-specific practices taking the natural environment as a context. Based on the Valais, Switzerland, as a case-study and laboratory, ACA sought to contextualize this phenomenon, and to provide it with a critical reading. Materials include video, photographs, essays, maps, posters, other printed ephemera.
The Artists | Writers | Environments (A|W|E) Grant Program, funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, was a one-year pilot program, developed by The Center for Art + Environment at Nevada Museum of Art, meant to encourage artists and writers to work as teams on art + environment projects. The award of $10,000 was given Amy Franceschini, artist, and Mike Taussig, writer, for the project titled This is Not a Trojan Horse, the contents of which form a separate archive. Materials include applications, correspondence, images, and in-depth applications from the five finalists.
This archive is comprised of materials based on Bethany's experience with the Land Arts of the American West Program at Texas Tech University in 2011. The book art object Wood created is a series of five small book objects representing field camp features inside of an oxidized, etched copper container (also hand-made).
Black Rock Solar was an outgrowth of the 2007 âGreen Manâ Burning Man event. It grew into a 501(c)3 nonprofit, tax-exempt organization until its demise in 2017. Materials include organizational papers, press, posters, banners, digital images, and other ephemera.