CA+E Research Fellows
The Center for Art + Environment (CA+E) at the Nevada Museum of Art annually names a limited number of research fellows for two-year appointments. The fellowships are not open for application, but are awarded by the Center in recognition of existing or proposed projects that can contribute unique and new understanding of how humans creatively interact with their natural, built, and virtual environments.
Wood is a painter who produces both extraordinary field journals and studio works. In 2012 she was in Spitsbergen, and will continue her travels in 2013. | cedrawood.com
Stanley is a Reno-based poet and artist working on a variety of on-site installations throughout the West. He is also studying the poetics of Helen and Newton Harrison.
UC Berkeley engineer and artist Ken Goldberg creates artworks that manifest remotely-sensed seismic activity in Oakland’s Hayward Fault and elsewhere as dynamic “blooms” inspired by Kenneth Noland’s target paintings. | goldberg.berkeley.edu
David Stephenson & Martin Walch
Stephenson (photographer) & Walch (multimedia artist) are conducting a multi-year investigation along Tasmania’s Derwent River, which hosts one of the more important hydroelectric projects in the Southern Hemisphere. Still photography, four-channel digital video, and a variety of GPS and other mapping tools are being used to create an exhibition and book scheduled for completion in 2015 or later. | davidstephenson.com | martinwalch.com
Fall 2011 – Fall 2013 Fellows
Terry and Elizabeth Farnsworth | North Dakota: Oil Boom
Geoff Manaugh and Nicola Twilley | VENUE