A Negotiable Utopia: The Humboldt Bay Project is an interdisciplinary video and essay project that interprets the built environment of Humboldt Bay—California's second largest estuary. This non-narrative observational documentary video (one of six in the project) examines the transportation infrastructure of Humboldt Bay, including both the history and current condition of this isolated region's roads, rails, and ships, as well as its unexpectedly globally-networked terrain. Transportation, © 2014, single-channel color video, running time: 8.5 minutes. Click here to read the video's accompanying essay.
Installation views of Transportation (with accompanying essay) during the exhibition A Negotiable Utopia: The Humboldt Bay Project at Humboldt State University's First Street Gallery, Eureka, CA, September 30 to November 2, 2014.