By Kellie Hall, Special to the Independent A charred scrap of The Tell, the 636-foot-long photomural assembled in Laguna Canyon in 1989, looks like an excavated piece of earth, with jagged, discolored edges and flaps of completely faded photos peeling off its surface. This remaining section the installation created by Mark Chamberlain and the late […]
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Under the guise of honoring Orange County’s 100th year and the 150th anniversary of photography, Mark Chamberlain and Jerry Burchfield in 1989 erected a large photographic mural in Laguna Canyon. In truth, their underlying goal was to create a rallying point against the powerful forces that planned […]
By Mark Chamberlain, Special to the Indy In the Spring of 1989, my partner Jerry Burchfield and I, with the help of scores of dedicated supporters, undertook the erection of the largest photographic mural ever made. It was called The […]