A fragmented narrative; a collection of field notes; a living archive. Updated weekly in response to ongoing research and picture-making, this site serves as an index of thoughts, pictures, objects, and stories exploring the interplay between people and the land within the outlier spaces and places of the American Southwest.
Jason Reed is an artist and educator from Texas. He is an Associate Professor of Photography at Texas State University, co-founder and director of Borderland Collective, and member of Lakes Were Rivers. He has created gallery and public space exhibitions at venues such as Artpace in San Antonio, Krannert Museum at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Galerie Reinthaler in Vienna, Austria, Dallas Contemporary, La Asamblea Legislativa in Mexico City, and the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin. Jason holds a BA in Geography from the University of Texas and an MFA in Photography from Illinois State University.