Arches National Park Entrance Station Webcam


I've been watching public webcams located in US National Parks. The parks present entangled questions of wildness, ownership, cohabitation, and imposed boundaries. For this work, attention is paid to the various temporalities on view through the Arches National Park’s traffic camera: a mountain, a highway, a vehicle, or a traffic cone. Through sitting at a loom, pouring cement, or unjamming a printer, attempts are made to become closer with the inhabitants of this scene.

Arches National Park Entrance Station Webcam

I've been watching public webcams located in US National Parks. The parks present entangled questions of wildness, ownership, cohabitation, and imposed boundaries. For this work, attention is paid to the various temporalities on view through the Arches National Park’s traffic camera: a mountain, a highway, a vehicle, or a traffic cone. Through sitting at a loom, pouring cement, or unjamming a printer, attempts are made to become closer with the inhabitants of this scene.