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2021 SPE Annual Conference: Imagining Legacy: Archives, Collections, and Memoria

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Jen Morris

SPE Member since 2014
Member Chapter: Northeast


Vermont farmers must often hold two jobs to make ends meet. This fact is at odds with the venerated organic culture and the idealized, pastoral imagery that characterizes the state. "Pastoral" thinks through the implications of where Vermont exists today in terms of industry, as well as a gentrification of the landscape. This index of images iterates wider concerns with issues of power, resource distribution and aesthetics, and was made specifically for an exhibition in the Vermont Supreme Court.

South of Copperas Hill

Near South Strafford

Near Mount Aeolus and Dorset Hill

View of the Connecticut River from Fort Dummer

Wetland on Sacketts Brook, Near Sand Hill Road

Northern Shore of White River Near Bethel

View of Manchester Area

Detail at Folsom Quarry

Detail, Near the White River, Southwest of Bethel

South of White River, near Heap Pinnacle and Naught Hill

Detail, Southwest of Black Mountain

Detail, Southwest of Black Mountain

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