Keo Crank, Stomping Grounds

Keo Crank (DinΓ©)
Stomping Grounds
Linoleum print on Lycra fabric

The continued development of shared and occupied territories both on the Fort Lewis College Campus and around Durango, CO, challenges infrastructure to strategize with the natural, historical, and social landscape of the occupied territories. Boot prints reference construction wear. Stars, a reference to both aspirations as well as the elevated suspension of skilled construction laborers while framing. A path is forked and cycles itself both to the left and to the right. Orange is a color synonymous with construction safety as well as the Missing & Murdered Indigenous Womxn, Girls, & Two Spirit (MMIWG2S) Movement. Development of land and territory across the Southwest is part of a complex system with interdisciplinary roles and requirements.


As Seeds, We Grow: Student Reflections on Resilience Exhibit Catalog Copyright © 2023 by Elise Boulanger; Shenay Atene; Kirbie Bennett; Paige Brown; Keo Crank; Ana Henry; Hannah Jacks; AJ Lopez; Camela Manheimer; Sam McCullar; Destiny Morgan; Desirae Bernice Rambler; Andrea L. Rogers; Eugene Rogers; Maddie Sanders; Kaitlyn Sebwenna-Painter; and Rexine Williams. All Rights Reserved.

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