Walking in the Dust

Walking in the Dust is a daylong experience centered on conversations about the aesthetic, social, and cultural circulation of landscape and nature affecting living conditions and collective imaginaries in Southern California and Baja California. The event is part of “Erratic Fields,” one of three chapters of the INSITE Commonplaces project, The Sedimentary Effect.

Beginning with a guided Nature Walk in selected areas of Mission Trails Regional Park, park staff will guide participants through the history of this protected site of grasslands, chaparral, and oak woodlands—a place first inhabited by the Kumeyaay and later by Spanish missionaries in the 1800s.

At mid-day, a hosted Picnic will be served, while participants learn about the curatorial concepts behind INSITE’s “Erratic Fields” project and meet several of the artists involved.

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