Ann Carlson’s Picture Jasper Ridge was a performance hike in nature: spectators walked through tableaux vivants based on archival photographs. Carlson’s investigation of the apparatuses of archive, performance, natural preserve, and photography fostered meditative thinking about the phenomenology of performance that unfolded through the experience of performing still. link to publication
Vittori G. 2016. A meditation on stillness: Ann Carlson's Picture Jasper Ridge. The Drama Review 60(2):83-102.
Year Published: 2016