Our relationship to the natural world and our psychological attachments and cultural values linked to landscapes and the built environment inform Michelle Rowley’s practice. Recent collaborative projects have addressed ideas of landscape and place in relation to mapping, psychogeography and access to wilderness.
Michelle is currently exploring how, through conscious design or informal and improvised social use, we construct places of meaning and significance. She is interested in how this happens and especially in how spaces and sites are appropriated and subverted from their original intended use.
Click here to read about Michelle’s trip to to Yellowstone National Park.