Mississippi River Open School

Instagram post 18081909400105385 anthroriver Field Station 1 books are bound and delivered! See you along the Mississippi on September 20th and 21st. 📚💧 #anthroriver #anthrocur #mississippi #hkw #humandelta #bookdesign #bookdesigner #graphicdesign #offset #offsetprinting #cmyk
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Installations at Continental Cement Company by my “Territories-Watersheds-Infrastructures” Washington University in St. Louis Sam Fox School seminar — Samuel Bell-Hart s.ambh Xinyang Chen cc.xinyang Virginia Eckinger virgeck Liz Hambor in_sta_gram_ham Natia Kapanadze natiakapanadze Yongdi Li Mason Radford Erin Socha, Mingjian Suo, Mengru Wang, John Whitaker johnpwhitaker Damon Xiang wenbo__xiang Makio Yamamoto makioyamamoto ... with #steeltoedboots #lifejackets #hardhats hkw_berlin anthroriver anthropocene_vernacular v.o.g.l.e.r middle_landscape samfox_engage washu_arch.la.ud samfoxschool washu.architecture washu.landscapearchitecture washu.urbandesign #anthropocenevernacular #mississippiriver #anthroriver #hkw #theamericanbottom #theluminaryarts
Instagram post 17883646021550428 The Mississippi River is high today, and the Fort St Philip crevasse complex is one of the places I am thinking about. Each one of the major channels carries between 10;000 and 20;000 cubic feet of water every second, or about the size of the Potomac or Hudson Rivers each. They are also among the most dynamic parts of the Mississippi River Delta. #Mississippi #thetide #thecoast #rivers #oceanphotography lumcon_ocean louisianacpra restoredelta river_network #anthroriver #coastalliving #climate #scienceiscool
Instagram post 17872709596490877 Billboard #4 - Part of Sarah Lewison and my Reshaping the Shape project on Asian Carp and the possibilities of recuperation and adaptation, bioregional nutrition and eatin’ from local fishin’. What comes after “invasiveness”? When is something finally a natural part? How do you make lemonade from lemons? #anthropocene #confluenceecologies #anthroriver #asaiancarp #invasivespecies #recuperativeecologies #fish #ecology #naturalhistory #fishing #mississippieiver #superfood #nutrition #sustainability #marionillinois #littleegypt #hkw understorykitchen
Instagram post 17924445754323369 Mississippi. An Anthropocene River is a project by Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), Berlin, and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG), Berlin, in collaboration with numerous international partners, funded by the German Federal Foreign Office as part of the initiative #WunderbarTogether as well as by the Max Planck Society.
Anthropocene Vernacular is a collaborative platform convened by Art of the Rural and The American Bottom Project, along with the following participating researchers and institutions: Jennifer Colten, Matthew Fluharty, Derek Hoeferlin, Gavin Kroeber, James McAnally, Lynn Peemoeller, Treasure Shields Redmond, Jesse Vogler, and The Luminary.

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Instagram post 17870154190475344 "Territories—Watersheds—Infrastructures” is a multi-scalar field documentation and mapping project, part of the Anthropocene Vernacular, that positions the Mississippi watershed, its tributaries and St. Louis region within its broader watershed, particularly highlighting the complicated intersections of river management, industry and recreation. Multiple methods of field documentations will include photography and video shot from canoe trips with Big Muddy Adventures and aerial photography of various high- and low-water rivers stages shot via balloons and drones. The work not only will be used to represent ideas, but as objects of action for a set of dialogues about responsibility, agency, and possible futures for the Mississippi River Basin.

To facilitate such, the field documentations, along with mappings of these complex watershed systems, will be exhibited at the Continental Cement Company on the riverfront, just north of downtown St. Louis. The fascinating industrial site straddles the intersections of the Mississippi river, barge industry, riverfront bike trail, floodwall, Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge/Interstate 70, multiple rail lines, and even the site of the erased Mississippian culture’s “Big Mound.” The exhibition will be scattered across the site in various “platform zones for dialogues,” one of which is a barge. These dialogues will include invited representatives from the US Army Corps of Engineers, Big Muddy Adventures, the public sector, industry and agriculture, ecologists and environmentalists, river rats and community members, among others.

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Instagram post 18105188059038427 Barge exhibition/dialogue opening this afternoon! No more spaces left...at full capacity 
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Field Station 3 | Territories—Watersheds—Infrastructures⠀
Join us in #STL tomorrow for Barge Opening⠀
project organized by Derek Hoeferlin derek_hoeferlin_design
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Barge exhibition with: Derek Hoeferlin, Samuel Bell-Hart, Xinyang Chen, Virginia Eckinger, Liz Hambor, Natia Kapanadze, Yongdi Li, Mason Radford, Erin Socha, Mingjian Suo, Jess Vanecek, jess_vanecek, Mengru Wang, John Whitaker, Damon Xiang, Makio Yamamoto, Public Lab River Rat Pack⠀

Project Partners: Continental Cement Company, Big Muddy Adventures, Washington University in St. Louis Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.
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Representatives from the US Army Corps of Engineers, Great Rivers Greenway, Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative, Missouri Waterkeeper Alliance, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, National Great Rivers Research and Education Center, among others. ⠀
Free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please pre-register at info@theluminaryarts.com ⠀
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Territories—Watersheds—Infrastructures is a multi-scalar field documentation and mapping project that positions the Mississippi, its tributaries, and the St. Louis region within its broader watershed—particularly highlighting the complicated intersections of river management, industry and recreation. Multiple methods of field documentations will include photography and video from canoe trips on the river and aerial photography of various high- and low-water rivers stages. The work not only will be used to represent ideas, but also as objects of action for a set of dialogues about responsibility, agency, and possible futures for the Mississippi River Basin. Discussion, exhibition, and installations will all take place atop a working barge on the North Riverfront.

washu_arch.la.ud washu.landscapearchitecture washu.urbandesign samfox_engage samfoxschool anthropocene_vernacular #anthropocenevernacular #mississippiriver #anthroriver #hkw #theamericanbottom #theluminaryarts
Instagram post 18057014149171788 #reclamation #biodiversity #restoration “We will continue to put that prairie in the ground” #mississippi #anthroriver

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