Jesse Vogler is an Albuquerque-based artist and architect. His recent projects include a series of exhibits about the administrative landscape with The Center for Land Use Interpretation, a performative land survey with Mildred's Lane, and an installation about the maintenance of boundaries while in residence at PLAND. His work has been shown at the Venice Biennale, The CLUI, Expresion en Corto, and the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art and his writing and work has appeared in [bracket], Thresholds, and Renovating Walden, among others. In addition to his practice, Vogler is the co-founder of The Institute of Marking and Measuring and has taught at numerous universities including the Illinois Institute of Technology, Texas Tech University, and U.C. Berkeley.
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