Back To The Well

In studio the other day, my colleague Halina Steiner dropped off a copy of the latest Kerb journal, featuring our collaborative fiction, “The Voice of the Ogallala.” We put together Halina’s deep water systems expertise and my own typical hang-ups: record covers, sticky notes, pareidolia, and little white lies.

Looking through, we find ourselves in excellent company, and it does my heart good to see a visual identity for landscape architecture that - quite in keeping with the issue’s “Wild” theme - is saturated here, dun there, overcrowded in one place and comically bare in another. There is no one right way to look at landscape; but if landscape does not appear variable, you are probably looking at it the wrong way.

(November 2021)