He also created a major new work with CIRCA Projects who commissioned Rigg to work with High Desert Test Sites in California to make a new work which was presented online and in Newcastle.
What does HDTS stand for?
HDTS stands for High Desert Test Site (experimental art sites; California)
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In the summer of 2006, the Los Angeles-based artist navigated Rubble Division-interstate, a ruinous parade-float sculpture, from the High Desert Test Sites in California to the Socrates Sculpture Park in New York (as part of the exhibition "Interstate: The American Road Trip").
The piece became a kind of single-float parade that stopped off at the artsy-outdoorsy bookends of the High Desert Test Sites in Joshua Tree, California, and Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, New York, making in-between appearances across America at locations including Washington, DC, New Orleans, and Crawford, Texas.
Clearly it's a very similar mixture of spacey poetics and millenarian pragmatism that motivates the series of High Desert Test Sites organized by Andrea Zittel and others in and around Joshua Tree.
Our destination is High Desert Test Sites, a project providing alternative space in the Southern California desert for more than thirty artists to make and show experimental work.