video, digital prints, lightbox sculptures (transparencies, lenses, LED lights, steel, plastic
Invisible Landscape is a collaborative installation concerning the Cold War “atomic” legacy: uranium mining and radioactive waste from the nuclear power industry and its ‘parent machine’, the nuclear weapons complex. The installation includes video projections and sculptures, digital photography, and light-box and sound sculptures. It is a mash-up of works by Laramée and Jennings, and includes components from Jennings’ installation ‘Rocks and Code’ and Laramée’s installations ‘Halfway to Invisible’ and ‘Slouching Towards Yucca Mountain’.
- Eve-Andrée Laramée, New York, US
- Tom Jennings, California, US