Artist Projects

Clean Livin'


SIMPARCH

Clean Livin’ is a self-contained, autonomous living system that formally and conceptually engages notions of sustainable living, our industrial military legacy, and myths of the frontier. Clean Livin’, a functioning live/work facility, is used by artists and researchers participating in the Center for Land Use Interpretation’s residency program. Electricity is supplied to the site by a 2000watt solar system. Water is imported from the Center’s facility 2 miles away via pedal power vehicle. The water is held in an elevated tank where it is pressurized by gravity and solar heated. Human and food waste are composted for future agricultural use as wastewater is collected and processed for re-use by a grey-water system.

Project Updates

  • Clean Livin’ is featured in SIMPARCH exhibition at Open Satellite in Bellevue, WA

  • 2003: Clean Livin’ becomes permanent installation for Center for Land Use Interpretation in Wendover UT

  • Artists

    SIMPARCH

    Since 1998, Steven Badgett has completed four projects with Matt Lynch under the name SIMPARCH. These works have included _Ship from the Desert; The …

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    Steve Badgett

    Since 1998, Steven Badgett has completed four projects with Matt Lynch under the name SIMPARCH. These works have included Ship from the…

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    Matt Lynch

    Since 1998, Matt Lynch has completed four projects with Steve Badgett under the name SIMPARCH. These works have included Ship from the …

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  • Events

    Apr 13 – Dec 22, 2018
    Fallen Fruit Present "Empire" at Newcomb Art Museum



    Oct 07 – Oct 07, 2018
    Liz Glynn Presents "The Archaeology of Another Possible Future"



    Apr 30 – Sep 28, 2018
    Erika Blumenfeld's Meteor Drawings at Moody Center for the Arts



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  • Project News

    April 15, 2015
    Project Premiere: Emily Johnson's SHORE in Lenapehoking (New York City)



    April 7, 2015
    Project Premiere: Kerry Tribe Solo Exhibition "The Loste Note" at 356 Mission in Los Angeles



    March 19, 2015
    Project Premiere: Carlos Motta Launches Web-Based Project "Gender Talents"



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