33.5211° N, 86.8129° W — EXHIBITION AT ALABAMA SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS
UPCOMING SECAC 2021 PRESENTATION — LEXINGTON, KY
Land Report Collective - Extraction: Land Use Through the Lens of Consumption part of the panel discussion Changing the Future: Collectives, Collaboration, and Activism
The Land Report Collective explores issues of land use and extraction, not only through the industrialized landscape but also human impact on rural and wild landscapes. As artists working in the Anthropocene, we seek to create dialogue about climate change through art projects and community engagement. Working with topics of land use, water rights, and indigenous sovereignty we question extractive capitalism as a form of settler colonialism that exploits both natural resources and people.
We have been working with other artists and collectives in order to expand our networks and be more inclusive in amplifying marginalized voices. EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss is a multimedia, multi-venue, cross-border art intervention which seeks to provoke societal change by exposing and interrogating the negative social and environmental consequences of industrialized natural resource extraction. A global coalition of artists and creators committed to shining a light on all forms of extractive industries, the Extraction Project includes exhibitions, performances, installations, site-specific work, land art, street art, publications, poetry readings, and cross-media events throughout 2021 and beyond.
EXTRACTION — EXHIBITION AT UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
Extraction: An Expanded Survey of Land Use Through the Lens of Consumption at the Visual Arts Building Gallery at University of Wyoming (Laramie, Wyoming) opened June 1, 2021, and will run through September 3, 2021. It features all 6 current members of Land Report Collective along with artwork by Colleen Friday, Greg Pond, Léonie Pondevie, Bailey Russel, Paul Turounet, and Adrienne Vetter. This exhibition is in partnership with Extraction: Art on the Edge of the Abyss.
Curator: David L. Jones
EXTRACTION: ART ON THE EDGE OF THE ABYSS
We're honored to be among the participating artists for the Extraction: Art On The Edge of The Abyss project, on view Summer 2021.
LAND REPORT EAST 7 — EXHIBITION AT ALABAMA CONTEMPORARY
MILE MARKERS — ONLINE ONLY EXHIBITION
Mile Markers is an online-only exhibition and contains works created in April-May 2020 by Land Report Collective members during the global COVID-19 crisis, while under quarantine.
Facilitator: Jason S. Brown
LAND REPORT EAST 6 — EXHIBITION AT NEW HARMONY GALLERY
Land Report East 6 at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art (New Harmony, Indiana) in partnership with the University of Southern Indiana opened October 12, 2019, and ran through November 23, 2019.
Facilitator: Garry Holstein
LAND REPORT WEST 1 — EXHIBITION AT TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI
PANEL DISCUSSION — TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI
CAA CONFERENCE PANEL: LAND ART RECONSIDERED
Land Report Collective members Leticia Bajuyo and Jason Brown co-chaired a panel discussion at the 2019 College Art Association conference titled Land Art Reconsidered: land use, water rights, and indigenous sovereignty.
The panel took place on Friday, February 15, 2019 (10:30 am-12:00 pm) at the Hilton Midtown 2nd floor Gramercy East (New York, New York) with panelists Dr. Anya Montiel, Alexis Elton, Audrey Molloy, and Chris Taylor.
Land Art or Earthworks gained attention in the 1960s and 1970s as artists used the natural landscape to create site-specific structures, art forms, and sculptures. In many respects, this work borrowed heavily from ancient cultures and civilizations that created art on a monumental scale in the landscape. Contemporary artists who work in the landscape often extend their interventions and investigations beyond formal aesthetic elements to include conceptual, historical, and contextual references. What are the challenges and opportunities facing artists working in the field today who are following in the footsteps of Land Art from earlier time periods?
This panel highlighted the work and research of artists, activists, critics, and curators who are engaged in practices that explore land use, water rights, and issues of indigenous sovereignty. We are interested in how this dialogue can transcend borders that typically reinforce nationalism and privatization. Indigenous artists are creating very innovative work in response to the landscape through a process of truth and reconciliation – can a post-colonial critique effectively challenge globalization through Land Art? How might artists work with local communities to resist socio-economic systems that favor private property? Do forms of social practice and creative placemaking offer new models for civic engagement to transform public property and the commons? As issues of water rights become more critical to the conversation, how are the fields of environmental and ecological art merging with Land Art?
LAND AND SEA — EXHIBITION AT STOVE WORKS
PRESS: REVIEW OF EAST 5 — THE RIB
Audrey Molloy of The Rib reviewed the Land Report East 5 at Coop Gallery. Read it here.
LAND REPORT EAST 5 – EXHIBITION AT COOP GALLERY
JASON'S VIDEO INTERVIEW: LAND REPORT EAST 4
LAND REPORT EAST 4 – EXHIBITION AT MURRAY STATE
Land Report East 4 at the Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State University (Murray, Kentucky) opened October 7, 2015, and ran through November 5, 2015.
Facilitator: T. Michael Martin
LAND REPORT EAST 3 – EXHIBITION AT UT MARTIN
PRESS: REVIEW OF EAST 2 — NUMBER MAGAZINE
Denise Stewart-Sanabria of Number Magazine reviewed the Land Report East 2 exhibition at the UT Downtown Gallery in their Issue 83 (Summer 2015). We also have the magazine cover image (feat. work by Jason S. Brown). Read it here.
LAND REPORT EAST 2 – EXHIBITION AT UT KNOXVILLE
Land Report East 2 at the University of Tennessee Downtown Gallery (Knoxville, Tennessee) opened July 3, 2015, and ran through July 31, 2015.
Facilitator: Sam Yates
COLLOQUIAL PRESENTATION – UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
On Friday, February 27, 2015, Brown and Jobe gave a Colloquial Presentation at the University of Tennessee's Art & Architecture Faculty Lunch discussing the Land Report East 1 exhibition.
PANEL DISCUSSION – HANOVER COLLEGE
LAND REPORT EAST 1 – EXHIBITION AT HANOVER COLLEGE
Land Report East 1 at the Greiner Art Gallery at Hanover College (Hanover, Indiana) opened January 5, 2015, and ran through February 6, 2015.
Facilitator: Leticia Bajuyo