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Posted 09.19.13 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Jamie Kruse & Elizabeth Ellsworth: Look Only at the Movement



Left: Interstate 80, Utah. Right: Clive Facility, Utah, the nation’s largest private low-level radioactive waste disposal site. Click image to enlarge.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Look Only at the Movement
On Places, a documentary project by Jamie Kruse and Elizabeth Ellsworth of Smudge Studio, focusing on the materiality of nuclear waste transport.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jamie Kruse is an artist, designer and part-time lecturer at Parsons, The New School for Design, and co-founder of smudge studio.
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Elizabeth Ellsworth is an artist and Professor of Media Studies at the The New School and co-founder of smudge studio.
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