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MON-B04 - L.A. Landscape Magic: Deceptive Geography, Cinematic Archaeology & Celluloid Tourism

Monday, October 23
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

1.5 PDH, LA CES/non-HSW, AIA/non-HSW, AICP, FL

Film and television directors have featured LA's extraordinary landscapes in every genre. The varied landscapes of this region have mimicked almost every location in the world. This presentation will analyze legendary and iconic film locations to aid landscape architects in the visualization and creation of new spatial forms.

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Chip Sullivan

Professor
University of California, Berkeley

Chip Sullivan, ASLA, is a landscape architect and educator who has devoted his career to promoting landscape architecture as an art form. Sullivan is the author of many popular titles in the profession, including Drawing the Landscape. His latest book, Cartooning the Landscape (UVA Press, 2016) concerns the metaphysics of drawing and learning how to ‘see.’ and was awarded the 2017 John Brinckerhoff Jackson Prize from the Foundation for Landscape Studies. Formerly an Associate at Sasaki Associates, Sullivan was the 1985 Rome Prize fellow, and more recently a Fellow at the MacDowell Colony, Bogliasco Foundation, and Rockefeller Foundation.

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