Project 929 Mapping the Solar - Art Intervention at the Nellis Air Force Range from Joseph DeLappe on Vimeo.

Project 929: Mapping the Solar, 2013
A durational performance as a 460 mile bicycle ride to drag a piece of chalk to physically and symbolically draw a line around an area that would be large enough to create the worlds largest solar farm - one that could provide enough energy for the entire United States.

“If a concentrated solar power system was built that was a hundred mile by hundred mile square in size out in the Southwest (United States), which has some of the best solar resources in the entire world, or you covered 1 percent of the country’s land with photovoltaics, either strategy would be more than enough to meet the country’s entire energy demand. The sky really is the limit.”
- Cliff Chen, The Union of Concerned Scientists

Visit the blog for this project which took place in May of 2013