Larry Gottheim - Fog Line (1970) by Katie Edmonds

I was introduced to this piece by Melissa Friedling and Dr. Shannon Mattern. By their direction I also read by a chapter from Scott McDonald's book The Garden in the Machine: A Field Guide to Independent Films About Place (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001). It was presented to encourage a departure from conventional audience expectations of cinematic experiences.

This pair of works demonstrates how different art practices can engage a subject, in this case, landscape.

I'm interested in these works because they are presented on a single stage while engaging critical text , curated cinema, and alternative art forms like the cycloscpe and the large scale panorama.

Techné/Episteme by Katie Edmonds

Based on the ancient Greek duality between practice and thought, these terms are being stitched together through interdisciplinary and multimodal endeavors from civics to industry to scholarship.

I'd say that from a distance, what we're doing looks like this...