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Creating an exhibition space and waypoint along the road in the Great Basin Desert near Montello, NV
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This continuing silence allowed me to hear a jackrabbit jump, the whooshing wings of a crow flying overhead and coyotes in the distance. My time alone in this beautiful expanse of wilderness was one of the best gifts I’ve ever received. The experience at Montello strengthened my spirit and refueled my sense of possibilities.

Laurie Lambrecht, Artist in Resident 2016

Our Mission

The mission of Montello Foundation is to support artist who foster our understanding of nature, its fragility and our need to protect it. For four years we have been providing an artist residency in the Nevada desert, in a remote valley near the village of Montello, solitary, away from what we call civilization but surrounded by nature.

This Project

To compliment this solitary experience of the resident artists, we are now planning to create a place for the general public, a waypoint to focus on the original purpose of a journey — a waypoint that is also accessible directly from the road. This road is in fact the very road that leads to the Sun Tunnels, by Nancy Holt when traveling north, and then on this road, a bit farther North, one is led to the Spiral Jetty, by Robert Smithson. Towards the South, the road leads to the Comprehensive Survey Exhibition of the West by the Center for Land Use Interpretation in Wendover, Utah, and in the near future, the road will lead its traveler to Complex One, by Michael Heizer. 

A Design Competition

We decided to find the most innovative design for the Waypoint that by holding a competition for students currently finishing their Architecture degrees. So, a call for designs went out in December of 2017 to colleges around the world. From the 50 entries we received, we chose a group of winners and are now preparing the design by Naoki Ono, Tokyo University of Arts and Tinca Decuseara, Institute of Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany for the construction. 

The Design

Naoki and Tinca’s design consists of 5 slabs, to be cast directly from the earth at our building site in Montello, incorporating the local topography, and so these walls will reflect the specific place. Their placement will also be framing the landscape, creating a critical relationship with the exterior environment. The roof will be for shading Waypoint visitors from the sun, and over the interior space, glass roofing will protect the walls and visitors from precipitation. This glass roofing references the Greek Peristyle but also the Native American ceremonial space, the Kiva. The structure will also address the relationship of the individual to this landscape, as well as with other visitors. In this way it can also function as a meeting point to exchange thoughts on nature and its fragility.

Who

Building the Waypoint depends on a communal effort. As a community of like-minded individuals, we have the unique opportunity of creating this Waypoint. Whether you will be visiting it next summer or in the future, or if it is just important for you to know this place exists for seekers of quiet and reflection along a road in the desert, you can be assured that you are helping to create a sanctuary of lasting impact.

 The entire cost of the construction is estimated at $24,000. The additional funds will be raised through local and state granting agencies. The $16,000 being raised will enable the project to start first phase construction: paying for materials, permits and contractor to dig and pour the foundation, as well as the load-bearing walls.

So, let us create this place for time in the desert, as Nancy Holt observes: “Time is not just a mental concept or a mathematical abstraction in the desert. The rocks in the distance are ageless; they have been deposited in layers over hundreds of thousands of years. Time takes on a physical presence.”

The Rewards

Below you will see that we have a range of rewards for contributions to the project. 

Many of Montello Foundations Artists-in-Residence have given their art to the Foundation to help ensure our project's success. You will see below that you can choose from multiple gifts for each reward category starting with $50 donations.

Pledge $ 10 or more

  • A Thank you on our project website
  • Updates on the progress
  • A digital postcard

Pledge $ 25 or more

  • A Thank You on our project website
  • Updates on the progress
  • Postcard by resident artist Allen Moore (Baltimore, MD)                                       100 available

“My plan of work at Montello was to explore the aesthetic, spiritual and transcendental importance of light in the landscape, specific to the northern Nevada Great Basin, using video to interpret the natural environment. This project evolved into a series of visual mediations also exploring the important variables of time and perspective.” 

Pledge $50 or more

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  • A choice of 

- Greeting Card by resident artist Lauren Frances Adams (Baltimore, MD)              50 available

from her series “Extinct Birds of North America.” On the card: The Passenger Pigeon and Carolina Parakeet on Kudzu plant, a pattern inspired by the decorative frescos in the Capitol Building painted in the mid-1800s by Constantino Brumidi. This is an artifact from the ‘American Catastrophe Report’ installation I made at American University, Washington, D.C. 

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- Set of 3 postcards by resident artist Soyoung Shin (Los Angeles, CA)                   25 available

“‘An object for measuring distance’ is a performance with photo documentation. Retroreflectors are used in nautical and astronautic applications to measure distances. I created a large retroreflector and carried it with me as I traveled throughout the American West and beyond, this waymarker rooting my time in an array of places.” 

Pledge $100 or more

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  • Updates on the progress
  • A choice of one of these signed 8” x 10” Giclée prints:

- by resident artist Kevin Cooley (Los Angeles, CA)                                                        10 available

Kevin’s works with “video, photography, sculpture and installations, to create platforms through which to observe experimental and performative gestures meant to decipher our complex, ever-evolving relationship to nature.”

light and variable test, 2017
light and variable test, 2017

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- by resident artist Annie Varnot (Brooklyn, NY)                                                              10 available

“Hovering between abstraction and representation, my art engages with several environmental themes, albeit in a non-linear, poetic way. These include human interference with nature, spectacular natural phenomena and my own relationship to the landscape.”

Sunset Storm at Montello, 2016
Sunset Storm at Montello, 2016

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- by resident artist Lea Titz (Vienna, Austria)                                                                   10 available

“My video is about a fictitious sculpture park combines my usual way of working with the influences of landscape, literature, and the time and concentration I found at the Montello retreat. In my video and photographic work, shifting scale is often part of my method, as well as combining images of nature with thinking rooted in civilization.” 

Sculpture Park Montello, videostill, 2017
Sculpture Park Montello, videostill, 2017

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- by resident artist Sara Morawetz (Sydney, Australia)                                                  10 available

“From our births we are creatures of movement, compelled by an intuitive desire to experience, to travel. Our first steps instigate a life lived in motion, motion that will shape the shell of our vision... My time in Montello was framed by a desire to consider the act of walking as a mode of performative practice - to invest in a physical, temporal and conceptual experience that would respond to site, sense and self.”

Walk for Étalon, videostill, 2017
Walk for Étalon, videostill, 2017

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- by resident artist Nicole Jean Hill (Eurika, CA)                                                              10 available

"I create landscape and still life photographs addressing the marks of human and animal activity on the outskirts of rural and urban communities throughout the American West.”

Lolo Pass, 2012
Lolo Pass, 2012

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- by resident artist Jeffrey Austin (Chicago. IL)                                                               10 available

“As they pertain to my work, the concerns of social and environmental mindfulness are inextricably linked – the environment I’m referring to in this case being the whole of our collective livelihood on this strange, ever-changing planet. ”

Installation view of Stay alive, a solo-exhibition at Chicago Artists Coalition, 2017
Installation view of Stay alive, a solo-exhibition at Chicago Artists Coalition, 2017

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- by resident artist Lilah Fowler (London, UK)                                                                  10 available

"The gusts of wind played chords and the insects ticked and buzzed, but curiously I found human solace in the planes flying 30,000 feet above me, the sole evidence of human presence. This drew my eyes to the sky and I began filming, finding moments to examine."

Untitled, film still, 2016
Untitled, film still, 2016

Pledge $200 or more

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  • Updates on the progress
  • A choice of one of these signed 11” x 14” Giclée prints:

- by resident artist Matthew Hamon (Potomac, MT)                                                       10 available

“The photographs here are from an emerging project that includes landscapes, portraits, and architectural images of the rural American West, that contemplate drosscape between industry and wildlands, progress and stasis.”

Smoke plume, Hogan Fire, Wendover, NV, 2018
Smoke plume, Hogan Fire, Wendover, NV, 2018

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- by resident artist Lee Arnold (Brooklyn, NY)                                                                  10 available

Lee’s practice “is inspired by the natural world and how we perceive it. Much like a scientist or philosopher in search of a theory that will support their observations, I make works that act like symbolic diagrams that attempt to interpret the structure of visual experience.”

Basin and Range, 2018
Basin and Range, 2018

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- by resident artist Miho Suzuki (Brooklyn, NY)                                                               10 available

“My work reflects the continuous process of negotiation between two cultures. The current state of anti-refugee hysteria and racial discrimination in America has made me want to learn about Japanese internment camps during WWII. Many internment camps were built in a desolated high desert.”

                                                                                                             Zen Garden at Topas Camp, Delta, UT
Zen Garden at Topas Camp, Delta, UT

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- by resident artist Markus Guschelbauer (Vienna, Austria)                                         10 available

“ The main topic of my body of work is the interaction - me as representative of the human being in general - with the landscape and its depiction through photography...My approach to the ephemeral and non permanent objects and installations in the landscape is a very archaic one, and it relates to the history of civilization and cultivation by means of abstraction.” 

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- by resident artist Cynthia Brinich-Langlois (Milwaukee, WI)                                     10 available

Cynthia’s work “utilizes a range of approaches, blending interests in printmaking, drawing and writing to examine effects and perceptions of time, both on a human and geological scale." 

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- by resident artist Laurie Lambrecht (Bridgehampton, NY)                                         10 available

“My time alone in this beautiful expanse of wilderness was one of the best gifts I’ve ever received. I read, wrote, photographed, wandered in my mind and on foot, worked on an existing project and thought about life, the earth and my friends. ”

Pledge $500 or more

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  • A choice of

- Original Woodblock Print by resident artist Claudio Orso (Lakewood, OH)            10 available

“I found in the carving of woodblocks the greatest treasure of challenge and satisfaction because of the oftentimes antagonistic nature of the wood’s grain and density, an issue that one tackles with sculptor’s problem-solving strategies, learning from countless serendipitous accidents.”

                                                                                                The Neighbor, 2016, about 5" x 7"
The Neighbor, 2016, about 5" x 7"

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- Paper Bird Sculpture by resident artist Kirsten Furlong (Boise, ID)                            3 available

Kirsten’s “current artistic practice engages with a series of questions about our culture’s multi-faceted relationship to nature and the geography of human/animal interactions in urban and wilderness settings. These inquiries are utilized to contemplate various issues about the natural world and the concept of representation of animals and the environment.”

                                                                                                                                             about 12" x 8" x 2" each
about 12" x 8" x 2" each

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- Life-size Mexican Wolf Silhouette (vinyl, signed) by resident artist Lauren Strohacker (Deerfield, MI)                                                                                                                           3 available

“Wildlife is artificial. Even an encounter with a living, breathing animal is bound by unseen regulation. Habitats are fragmented, populations are controlled, predators are decimated, and survivors are displaced to the edge of human comfortability." 

Pledge $1000 or more 

  • A Thank You on our project website
  • Updates on the progress
  •  A choice of 

- Original Monotype on mulberry paper mounted on wood by resident artist Kevin McNamee-Tweed (Austin, TX)                                                                                                                    1 available

“I found that the expansive and heavy silence, the gentle fluctuations of light and color, and the way time occurred in Montello pushed me to adopt a mode of expression that removed my own narratives and symbologies.”

                                                                                                                            FM, 2017, 8.5" x 11"
FM, 2017, 8.5" x 11"

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- Original Ceramic Art Work by resident artist Brie Ruais (Brooklyn, NY)                     1 available

“My sculpture practice primarily involves the full use of her body in choreographed movements recorded into clay. These clay sculptures are large, abstract, sometimes raw or fired, and usually wall-mounted. Clay has the ability to address conceptions of the internal body and the body of the earth.”

Casual departure (dusty blue swipe), 2013 Pigmented clay, clear glaze, velcro, 10" x 4" x 2"
Casual departure (dusty blue swipe), 2013 Pigmented clay, clear glaze, velcro, 10" x 4" x 2"

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- Original Sculpture by resident artist Letha Wilson (Brooklyn, NY)                              3 available

“My artwork uses photographs and materials from the natural landscape as a starting point for interpretation and exploration. The hands-on relationship I have developed with photography allows me to further push its potential as sculptural material."

                                                                                          Montello Sunset Fold, 2018, 11" x 14"
Montello Sunset Fold, 2018, 11" x 14"

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- Limited Edition Handbound Book by resident artist Patricia Watwood (Brooklyn, NY) 

                                                                                                                                       5 available

In Montello, Watwood created eight works mirroring the eight traditional canonical hours. Each “hour” marked a different time of day and different direction of the compass around the house. The final set comprises eight watercolors in a cycle that begins with “Before Sunrise” and ends with “Last Light”. The watercolors were planned before and finished after, but they were executed for the most part at the time of day corresponding with the canonical hour. Fragments of text that were inspiring over the course of the week, or specifically to the individual work, are incorporated in the legend on each one.

Pledge $2500 or more

  • A Thank You on our project website
  • Updates on the progress
  •  Giclée Print (44” by 44”, 3rd of 5) by Stefan Hagen (New York, NY)                        1 available

“For the series called Encompassing, I leave cameras alone while I walks somewhere else, while I sleep. Time passes without me. The cameras meanwhile are recording all time and space they can record, and the limitations of the optics and the movements of the celestial bodies are defining the image. But it is clear that space and time continue around the recorded image and beyond the time of the exposure, and it is also clear that a wider lens and a longer exposure won’t help. This would be futile. Spaces are sometimes bigger than we can handle.”

Montello Night 1, 2010
Montello Night 1, 2010

Pledge $5000 or more

  • A Thank You on our project website
  • Updates on the progress
  •  An Extended Weekend at the Montello Foundation Artist Retreat (Saturday morning to Tuesday morning)                                                                                                          3 available

“In my walks, I discovered an emptiness and an amplitude – hidden pathways and an internal pace that required me to remain at once observing and observant of the natural realm. My solitude illuminated the world around and a world within - infusing each action with stillness, silence, surface and sky. ” - Sara Morawetz, Artist-in-resident 2017

Risks and challenges

Building projects are inherently challenging to budget. There are estimates and then there is the reality. We could mention a couple of historical examples here…

Though we are working with one of the best contractors in the region, we are constructing a building that will set itself apart from the predominant architecture in the region. Creating and then raising the concrete slabs is not something that is usually done. How to do this will need to be tested first. Then, there will be the site preparations; this should be straightforward, but then it could also be a little more complicated. Also, we really would like to use reclaimed wood for the roof construction, but the strength of the reclaimed wood needs to be evaluated, and its price point is unfortunately much higher than new wood.

In the video you hear that we need to raise $24,000, but here we are aiming for $16,000, the sum necessary to start the project. We hope to raise the remaining funds with grants, but that is of course another uncertainty. So hopefully, we can raise the whole amount with this campaign. (There are enough rewards available!)

Montello Foundation promises, guarantees, that we will pursue the building of the Waypoint with the same energy and endurance as we exerted in building the artist retreat, a construction site accessible only by miles and miles of dirt roads.

Thank you to Renee Philippi and Emily Cantrell, Montello Foundation Board Members, and all the participating artists!

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Funding period

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