Imprintable takes over from Atlas Place and Atlas Sets. The content from both of those projects are now, or soon will be, housed under the Imprintable banner. This change introduces a more pliant infrastructure for documenting my conversations with artists and educators about their work, how their practice is rooted in a place, and how the landscape is shaped in turn by their presence.
“Mapping and Place,” PowerPoint slide lecture, ART 381 (Linda Day), CSULB, 14 April 2005.
“New Perspectives on Place,” PowerPoint slide lecture, ART 381 (Tom Krumpak), CSULB, 18 November 2004.