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Author: Main Author: Lutz, Jessica - American 1985
Title: St. Louis Colorscapes
Digital Record: St. Louis, Missouri: Washington University in St. Louis, University Libraries

2008, Washington University in St. Louis, University Libraries. Data are freely accessible.

Print source:
St. Louis, J. Lutz, 2006.
St. Louis, Washington University, 2006.
Subject terms:
Artist Keywords: identity of place
Artist Keywords: urban green space
Artist Keywords: photography
Artist Keywords: documentation of place
Sam Fox Keywords: Archiving / cataloging
Library Keywords: Saint Louis (Mo.) -- Pictorial works
Notes: Influences - The inspirations for this project were the coming colors of fall (particularly of the changing leaves) and how they define place and time.
Title Description - St. Louis Colorscapes documents eighty-four consecutive days in two environments – one built and one grown. Their juxtaposition highlights how they differ from each other and how each condition changes independently. The chronological collection of temporal snapshots emphasizes how time changes through color.
Physical Description - St. Louis Colorscapes combines five documented “colorscapes” in six flipbooks, spiral bound together on two clear plastic coils. The title and background information were Gocco printed onto the grey chipboard cover. Photographs were laser printed at a commercial print shop on HP cover paper and interior labels were plotted on Mylar.