The Mojave Project is a transmedia documentary and curatorial project led by Kim Stringfellow exploring the physical, geological and cultural landscape of the Mojave Desert. The Mojave Project reconsiders and establishes multiple ways in which to interpret this unique and complex landscape, through association and connection of seemingly unrelated sites, themes, and subjects thus creating a speculative and immersive experience for our audience.

Funding for The Mojave Project is provided through a Cal Humanities 2015 California Documentary Project production grant with additional support from San Diego State University. The Mojave Project is a project of the Pasadena Arts Council’s EMERGE Program. The Mojave Desert Heritage & Cultural Association and KCET Artbound are project partners. The completed project, exhibit and publication will be launched at MOAH (Museum of Art & History) in Lancaster, CA in May 2017.

PRESS CONTACT: Kim Stringfellow, project director
EMAIL: mail@kimstringfellow.com
WEB: http://mojaveproject.org

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Click a thumbnail below to download high resolution press images. To view additional photographic images from this project visit this link. All photographs © Kim Stringfellow 2014-2015. Reproduction of any images require that the copyright, credit, title and link to mojaveproject.org accompany any electronic and printed use of these images.

© Kim Stringfellow 2014-2015

King Clone Creosote, Lucerne Valley, CA, 2014.

© Kim Stringfellow 2014-2015

Giant Rock, Landers, CA, 2014.

© Kim Stringfellow 2014-2015

Gem-O-Rama (pink Halite field trip), Searles Lake, Trona, CA, 2014.

© Kim Stringfellow 2014-2015

20 Mule Team scale model, 20 Mule Team Visitor Center, Boron, CA, 2014

© Kim Stringfellow 2014-2015

Jack Costella’s Nebulous Theorem, SCTA Speed Trials, El Mirage, CA, 2014.

The Mojave Project

The Mojave Project

 

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