- $.23 Stories
- Art Investigations (Christopher Tyler)
- Reservation X: The Power of Place
- Off the Map: A Tour of Backyard Paradises Created By Visionary Artists…Around the World.
- On Location: Special Issue of The Chronicle of New Media Arts.
- Space: Walker Art Gallery (Carl Francis DiSalvo)
- Space and Place
- Taken for Granted: The Representation of Space and Place (Sam Appleby)
- Walking – art exhibition
- Wrights and Sites – performance artists
Courses and Programs
- Geography and the Image: Space, Place and the Politics of Aesthetics (Ken MacDonald)
- History of Environmental Design (Thompson)
- Identity and Place in Contemporary Art (Don Krug)
- Representations of Place and Space (Bruce Janz, Anne-Marie Link)
- Space, Place and Landscape in Contemporary Art (Shannon Mattern) See also here.
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The lure of the local is the pull of place that operates on each of us, exposing our politics and our spiritual legacies. It is the geographical component of the psychological need to belong somewhere, one antidote to a prevailing alienation.
Lucy Lippard, The Lure of the Local
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