Work > Land Arts 2015

Yellow Cake, Black Coal and Green Machines: responses to extraction site in Dinetah
Yellow Cake, Black Coal and Green Machines: responses to extraction site in Dinetah
installation including audio, photographs, pine shelf, cornmeal, churro wool, juniper
2016

made in collaboration with CB Bryan and Jeanette Hart-Mann
The project is the artists’ response to a four-day journey throughout the Navajo Nation looking at extraction sites. Guided by Diné activists Anna Rondon, Malcolm Benally, Larry Emerson and Etta Arviso, the artists were exposed to abandoned uranium mines, the Peabody Coal Mine, and numerous fracking pads near Chaco Canyon.
Exhibited in John Sommers Gallery (December 2015) and CFA Downtown (March 2016)
related links:
http://nbcs.healthyvoices.org/
https://www.youtube.com/user/mbenallyBW