Graham Winbrow treated participants to a collaborative adventure in sorting and processing during his Wildlife Divide workshop on June 1st 2013.
The result of the workshop is documented in the images and time-lapse movie below. The ephemeral installation defined a distinct but not permanent modification in the landscape and was an educational experience of group participation in art. the workshop resulted in discussions about permanent structures versus the ephemeral and how collaboration between individuals define the end result of the project. The tasks of building the intervention in the landscape included sorting materials and processing aesthetic decision making, all the while marveling at the temperate climate afforded in the sky island of Mount Charleston.