Articles & Publications

Aqueduct Futures Publications

Lehrman, B. 2015. ‘Reconstructing the Void: Owens Lake’, Water Index: response to a hydrological crisis in 3 acts. Seth McDowell, editor. University of Virginia/ACTAR Press, Barcelona. [in press]

Lehrman, B. 2014. ‘Owens Lake Dust Mitigation’ [Photographs]. Design in the Terrain of Water, edited by Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha. Applied Research & Design (AR+D). [purchase]

Lehrman, B., Douglas Delgado, and Mary Alm. 2013. ‘Aqueduct as Muse: Educating Designers for Multifunctional Landscapes’ Arid Journal. Volume 2, Issue 2, Fall.

Milburn, Lee-Anne, Barry Lehrman, Tiernan Doyle, Eric Haley, James Powell, and Devon Santy. 2013. ‘Contested Water, Unholy Alliances, and Globalized Colonies: Exploring the Perception of Water by Residents of the Los Angeles Aqueduct Watershed’ Arid Journal. Volume 2, Issue 2, Fall.

Lehrman, B. 2008. ‘Reconstructing the Void: Owens Lake’, Infrastructural City: Networked Ecologies in Los Angeles. Kazys Varnelis, editor. Los Angeles Forum for Architecture/Columbia Networked Urbanism Lab/ACTAR Press, Barcelona. [purchase]

Articles about Aqueduct Futures

12/09/2013.  Kim Stringfellow, ‘Revisioning the Los Angeles Aqueduct Infrastructure’. Artbound KCET.

11/12/2013.  Benett Kessler, ‘Cal Poly looks for new relationship between LA and Inyo-Mono’, Sierra Wave,

2/14/2013.  Benett Kessler, ‘Students examine what could be’, Sierra Wave,

1/22/2013.  Mike Gervais & Register Staff, ‘L.A. City Council declares 2013 ‘Year of the Aqueduct’, Inyo Register,

10/11/2012.  Mike Gervais & Register Staff ‘L.A. Aqueduct in spotlight’ Inyo Register


Watershed Wranglers 606 Studio team compiled this bibliography about Owens Valley:


Links to above connect to Prof. Lehrman’s associate account.




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