Revealing the Landscape is the first project for the Department of Landscape Archictecture and Environmental Planning's summer program, (In)land. Working in teams of two, the students develop temporary interventions/installations throughout the garden. A majority of the projects will be up in the garden until Wednesday, July 13th. Some of the projects are about phenomena or experiences that are difficult to capture with still images, and are not included in this post. This is one of the projects that is difficult to capture in a still image. This short video shows the result of two mirrors underwater capturing the sunlight at 2:00 and projecting it on the side of a redwood tree. [media id=28 width=320 height=240] Download the PDF of the project description HERE: blake_inland_descrip_2011.pdf
Artist Geoffery Ansel Agrons photographed some of the (In)land student's Revealing the Landscape intervention/installations.
Artist and Kensington resident, Geoffery Ansel Agrons, photographs in the Blake Garden regularly. These are a few of his stunning images. We are very thankful that he shares them with us.