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Eileen Wold

My research and artistic practice examines the political, scientific, and economic systems surrounding energy production through both a global and local lens. I am interested in how these networks are intrinsically tied to the land and its development.  I also look at how the American culture of progress impacts ecological systems and the contemporary condition of a planetary environmental consciousness. 

Through exploration of structures that represent fossil fuel production within our landscape such as coal mines, power plants and oil refineries, I approach the issue of power production with awareness of its ecological connection.  I am interested in questions about land use and ownership and how we prepare or create boundaries.

Through informal notations of DIY energy projects and studies on sustainability, I investigate the importance of abundant sustainable energy and explore what is possible through reflection, creativity and invention.

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