Peter Bo Rappmund, 2015, 60 minutes
A visual study of place and space in built and natural environments; in this case the
800-mile long Trans-Alaska Pipeline, one of the world’s longest channels for crude oil. The camera travels alongside the length of the conduit as it bobs above and underground from the Prudhoe Bay oil fields to its terminus at Valdez. A fascinating look at how a landscape is transformed by the intersection of the industrial and the natural; of particular interest in light of the proposed Trans Pecos pipeline here in West Texas. With Peter Bo Rappmund in attendance.