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Land and Time

This project makes use of mapping – both literally and onceptually – to contemplate how we perceive, depend upon and understand our environment. It draws first upon what we can readily see in our immediate surroundings, and then makes visible the profound forces that underlie and shape that physical world. The artwork has an exterior and an interior component. EXTERIOR ARTWORK: Etched concrete – The artwork begins in the walkways adjacent to the upper parking lot and continues through the public plaza to the Museum entry. INTERIOR ARTWORK: Painted wall surface, sandblasted stainless steel, still photographs, video footage, realtime data visualizations. The artwork is located at the entry to the grand stair that leads into the museum’s upper hall.

View more from the Utah Public Art Program here: https://artsandmuseums.utah.gov/public-art-collection/

Medium type: Mixed Media

Date created: 2011

Dimensions: Site wide installation - dimensions variable

Associated artists

Susan Narduli
Susan Narduli

Location

301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT, 84112

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