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In 2010, before construction commenced, Stillings began a four-year aerial exploration over what has become the world’s largest concentrated solar power plant, Ivanpah Solar in the Mojave Desert of California. Shooting fluidly and concisely from a helicopter during first and last light, Stillings’ striking black and white images intrigue with tight abstractions, oblique views of geologic and geometric forms, and broad open views of the dramatic desert basin within which the solar plant and other marks-of-man reside.
Exhibition Information Resources:
ARTIST STATEMENT: JameyStillings_EIS-ArtistStatement
ARTIST RESUME/CV: JameyStillings_Resume-CV
Foreword by ROBERT REDFORD: RobertRedford_Foreword
Introduction by ANNE WILKES TUCKER: AnneWilkesTucker_Introduction
Environmental Essay by BRUCE BARCOTT: BruceBarcott_Essay
Jamey Stillings TEDxABQ 2014 presentation Changing Perspectives: The promise and Challenge of Renewable Energy
Select PRESS Publication pdfs: 2012.06 NYTM A Bet on the Sun 2014.06 TIME The Green Revolution 2014.05 ART Ivanpah Solar 2013.10 TIME Power Surge 2013.10 Neue Züricher Zeitung 2013.06 New Scientist 2013.05 B&W Magazine 2013.02 Le Monde Energie 2012.12 Newsweek Japan 2012.12 Neue Energie Ivanpah Solar Online Links 2014.06
BOOK: The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar by Jamey Stillings
Foreword by Robert Redford
Introduction by Anne Wilkes Tucker
Environmental Essay by Bruce Barcott
Specs: Trim 16.5 x 11.5 inches, Portrait (inside orientation is landscape, the book turns to accommodate horizontal plates).
Extent 148 pages, Illustrations: 60 tritone plates.