Martin Hogue

Martin Hogue teaches landscape architecture in the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at the State University of New York in Syracuse. His work has been displayed in solo exhibits at over 25 venues across the United States, including The Ohio State University, Cornell University, the Urban Center in New York, the University of Southern California, and the Center for Land Use Interpretation. His recent work for Places and his book Thirtyfour Campgrounds (MIT Press, 2016) interrogate the discrepancies that exist between the deeply cherished American ideal of ruggedness and independence and the desire for an increasingly sophisticated range of utilities and convenience in both serious and humorous ways.