Desert Sun/Desert Moon was a collaborative project initiated by the M.I.T. Center For Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS) in the California desert over a one-week period in 1986. CAVS artists and graduate students assembled in the Alabama Hills outside Lone Pine, California to pursue a range of temporary events and installations utilizing the temporal landscape of sky and space to evoke at the same time mythic and immaterial dimensions of that sky and space.
This excerpted version was edited from the full 62-minute program for an exhibition at the M.I.T. Museum celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, February 2018.