Center for Land Use Interpretation: The Landscape of the USA as Cultural Product

A canyon, a red fence, a viewfinder telescope, blue sky.
Viewing Devices (2015) Sahuarita, Arizona. photo / CLUI from the Morgan Cowles Archive
expansive soil depression, blue sky, a square plaque.
Blank Plaques (2011) meteor crater in Arizona. photo / CLUI from the Morgan Cowles Archive
Viewing Devices (2015) Sahuarita, Arizona. photo / CLUI from the Morgan Cowles Archive Blank Plaques (2011) meteor crater in Arizona. photo / CLUI from the Morgan Cowles Archive

Bio:

The Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI) is a nonprofit research organization, founded in 1994, involved in exploring and understanding land and landscape issues. The organization produces exhibitions about land use phenomenology in the U.S. and displays them at its exhibit locations as well as other museum and non-commercial and educational venues. The CLUI also produces publications, online resources, tours, lectures, and other public programs across the country.

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