About the Artist
Natalie Dotzauer (Thorp) received a 2006 GAP to create a site and time specific landscape/architectural installation. “For one night and one night only, I would like to turn the lights back on in old abandoned homes of Eastern Washington. With simple generators, halogen lights and a few props, beacons of light will dot the landscape; barns, sheds, outhouses, and homes will comprise a loop of drive-by installations on secondary highways and farm roads,” says the artist. Dotzauer plans on executing her installation in the fall of 2006. The locations will involve Kittitas Valley Highway 10, Thorp Highway, and possibly Highway 97 in Eastern Washington.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.