Interpretive Trail

2014-03-16 16.13.35I drove up to Hinkley, for an open house at the Center for Land Use Interpretation’s Desert Research Center, and to check out a new work by Leroy Stevens.  Leroy’s project is an underground sound piece that has to be activated by running over buried metal rods with a metal detector.  I don’t have good pictures of the work, but found is a nice description on his site.   And I’m always struck by the quiet genius of Matt Coolidge and the Center.  Here are some signs from their new interpretive trail…

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Outside of Newberry Springs

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2014-03-16 13.47.38Who needs public art where you have rest stops that look like this?


Death Valley Junction

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tecopa

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Shoshone

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China Ranch

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Kelso Dunes

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