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Charles Hood

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A Research Fellow at the Center for Art + Environment, Charles Hood has published nine books, including "South x South," written while he was with the Artists and Writers program in Antarctica. He has also been artist-in-residence with the Center for Land Use Interpretation and the Annenberg Beach House in Santa Monica. When not traveling abroad, Hood teaches at Antelope Valley College.

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Fiona Banner's Harrier and Jaguar 2010 | Courtesy of Charles Hood
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Airplanes as Public Art in the Antelope Valley

The high desert communities of the Antelope Valley are strongly associated with aviation, so the industry has a particularly indelible presence in the visual culture of the Antelope Valley.
Photo: Charles Hood
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Airplanes on a Stick: Aviation as Public Art in the Antelope Valley

Aviation has an indelible presence in the visual culture of the Antelope Valley.
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