Phoenix Transect Project

Zixuan Wang

Zixuan(Summer) Wang was born in Northwestern China. She is interesting in landscape designing, arts and photography. She had achieved a bachelor of Landscape Architecture and a master of Fine Arts in China. In 2016 spring, she earned another Master of Landscape Architecture at ASU. She believes as a designer, it is important to find the balance and interrelationship between nature and human. Also, her works explores the relationship of art, culture and ecology.

Email: zwang.summer@gmail.com

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake at night
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained on February 2016 and refilled on April.
Date: 3/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: The living line
Description: Envisioning the changes of Tempe Town Lake.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Montage, Salt River, Urban, Water, Wildlife, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: The “Sonoran Gallery”
Description: Envisioning the north shore of Tempe Town Lake.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Montage, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: The “Sonoran Gallery”
Description: Envisioning the north shore of Tempe Town Lake.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Landscape, Montage, Riparian, Salt River, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Drained Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained in February 2016 and refilled in April.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Mallards like the fountain?
Description: During the lake draining, wild life were looking for more space to live.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Public Space, Salt River, Urban, Water, Wildlife, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Refilling the lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained on February 2016 and refilled on April.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained on February 2016 and refilled on April. The tree branches appeared from the bottom of the lake recall the memory of cottonwood used grew in Salt River.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Montage, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Drained Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained on February 2016 and refilled on April.
Date: 3/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Dead fish sandwich
Description:
Date: 2/2016
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, Wildlife, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained on February 2016 and refilled on April.
Date: 3/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained on February 2016 and refilled on April. The beauty of nature appeared from the bottom of the lake.
Date: 3/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

ContributorPhoto

Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained in February 2016 and refilled in April. The tree branches appeared from the bottom of the lake recall the memory of cottonwood used grew in Salt River.
Date: 3/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Montage, Rephotography, Salt River, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

ContributorPhoto

Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained in February 2016 and refilled in April.
Date: 3/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Rephotography, Salt River, Urban, Water, Wildlife, All Images

ContributorPhoto

Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained in February 2016 and refilled in April.
Date: unknown
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Rephotography, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Draining Lake
Description: Since the western dam replacement the lake was drained in February 2016 and refilled in April.
Date: 2/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Rephotography, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: The “Sonoran Gallery”
Description: Envision the north shore of Tempe Town Lake.Native plants will be used to create animal habitats with an emphasis of succession and plant communities.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Desert, Development, Montage, Salt River, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Line of boating
Description:
Date: 2/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: People, Recreation, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Cliff swallows nests
Description: Cliff swallows nest under the Red Mountain Fwy.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Urban, Wildlife, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Buoy line
Description: Birds use these buoys like small islands in the water.The buoy line is intended to serve human but nature also occupies it.
Date: 2/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Salt River, Urban, Water, Wildlife, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Tempe Town Lake
Description:
Date: 1/2016
Keywords: Panorama, People, Public Space, Recreation, Rephotography, Salt River, Urban, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Change of Salt River
Description: The Salt River’s intricate braided channels that meandered over time were eliminated and the major channel was streamlined. June 2,1999 water from the Central Arizona Project started flowing into Town Lake; by July 14, the lake was officially full.
Date: 4/2016
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Landscape, River, Salt River, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Zixuan Wang
Title: Seasonal Change of Salt River
Description: Merger of two photos of convergence of the Salt and Verde Rivers, one is took in November 2015 the other is in Feb 2016
Date: 2/2016
Location: Mesa
Keywords: Landscape, Rephotography, Riparian, Salt River, Verde River, Water, All Images

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