project bibliography: 2. cultivation as contemporary culture: sites | public space | plants as art interventions

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compiled bibliographies for project:  2017 February 20 bibliography À la recherche de certaines récoltes presque perdu

  1. cultivation as contemporary culture: sites | public space | plants as art interventions

 

Benner, Ron. 2008. Gardens of a Colonial Present / Jardins d’un Present Colonial. London, Ontario: London Museum.

Beuys, Joseph. 1982. 7000 Eichen – Stadtverwaldung statt Stadtverwaltung) / 7000 Oaks – City Forestation Instead of City Administration. Kassel, Hesse: documenta 7.

Brenson, Michael. 1990. Review: Art – Plaster as a Medium, Not Just an Interim Step (Alan Sonfist, Max Protetch Gallery). New York Times (July 13, 1990).

Brooks, Katherine. 2014. This One Tree Grows 40 Different Types Of Fruit, Is Probably From The Future. The Huffington Post (July 24, 2014) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/24/tree-of-40-fruit_n_5614935.html

Bunting, Madeleine. 2009. The rise of climate-change art. Guardian (London)(2 December, 2009).

Burns, David, Matias Viegener and Austin Young. 2005. FALLENFRUIT Manifesto. http://www.fallenfruit.org/wp-content/uploads/FF-manifesto-handout.pdf

Caruth, Nicole J. 2012. The Growing Trend. Big Red & Shiny (December 12, 2012). http://bigredandshiny.org/16762/the-growing-trend/

Cave, Damien. 2012. Mexico City Journal: Lush Walls Rise to Fight a Blanket of Pollution. New York Times: April 9, 2012

Fitzzaland, Elizabeth. 2015. Putting the ‘farm’ in farmland – The Burgoyne Valley Community Farm on Salt Spring Island – Aqua (Salt Spring Island) (10)2: 26-30. http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk//launch.aspx?eid=9fea0657-4182-4d17-8543-ef2b5f74b880

Gallardo, Francisco Javier Fernández. 2014. biodiverCITY, the cocktail book, notes on how to taste soil, bees, ecosystems and networks of organisms — including humans. Else 0 (October 2014): 26 – 35.

Goodyear, Dana. 2012. Eat A Free Peach: Mapping “Public Fruit.” The New Yorker (MARCH 12, 2012). http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/eat-a-free-peach-mapping-public-fruit

Hay. Daisy. 2010. Young Romantics: The Tangled Lives of English Poetry’s Greatest Generation. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Hirshey, Gerri. 2008. Why Fight Invasive Vines? Just Turn Them Into Art – WOMAN VS. NATURE Laura Spector wrestling with some Celastrus orbiculata. New York Times (March 30, 2008).

Kelly, Caleb and Ross Gibson. 2010. Contemporary Art & The Noise of TENDING. Interference A Journal of Audio Culture (Dublin) 4. http://www.interferencejournal.com/articles/noise/the-noise-of-tending

Kent, Elizabeth. 1823. Flora domestica, or, The portable flower-garden: with directions for the treatment of plants in pots and illustrations from the works of the poets. London: Taylor and Hessey.  https://archive.org/details/floradomesticaor00kent

Landi, Ann. 2011. Separating the Trees from the Forest: Alan Sonfist has built a career as an urban land artist. ARTnews (Summer 2011) (POSTED 08/15/11 5:58 PM). http://www.artnews.com/2011/08/15/separating-the-trees-from-the-forest/

Linklater, Duane. 2012. Untitled (a raspberry garden for 21st. St.). In conjunction with Bard Centre for Curatorial Studies and Family Business Gallery. The opening of the exhibition consisted of a 45 minute talk with Wil Heinrich. An event several weeks later took place in which poet Layli Longsoldier read her series of poems Whereas – a pointed poetic response to President Barrack Obama’s little known apology to Native Americans in 2010. http://www.duanelinklater.com/index.php?/raspberry/

Mafi, Nick. 2015. Designer Gavin Munro Casts Trees Into Beautiful Furnishings. Architectural Digest (April 24, 2015) http://www.architecturaldigest.com/blogs/daily/2015/04/furniture-grown-from-trees

Prigann, H. and H Strelow (editors). 2004. Ecological Aesthetics: Art in environmental design theory and practice. Basel, Switzerland: Birkhäuser.

Reynolds, Richard. 2008. Guerrilla Gardening. London: Bloomsbury.

Riedelsheimer, Thomas (director). 2011. Jardin en el mar ( Garden in the Sea). (Mexico, Germany, 2011, 69 mins, HDCAM video).

Rosenberg, Karen. 2008. ART REVIEW | ‘IMPLANT’ – Yes, the Live Music Is Lovely, but Will the Plants Like It? New York Times (August 7, 2008).

Salkeld, Lauren interviewed Sam Van Aken. N.D. The Tree of 40 Fruit Is Exactly as Awesome as It Sounds. epicurious.com. http://www.epicurious.com/archive/chefsexperts/interviews/sam-van-aken-interview

Sonfist, Alan, Wolfgang Becker, and Robert Rosenblum. 2004. Nature, The End of Art: Environmental Landscapes. New York: Distributed Art Publishers.

Stone, Dan. 2013. Seattle’s Free Food Experiment. National Geographic Magazine (April 29, 2013). http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2013/04/29/seattles-free-food-experiment/

SUPERFLEX. 2003. Tools: Guaraná Power. http://www.superflex.net/tools/guarana_powerhttp://www.guaranapower.org/

Thompson, Claire. 2012. Into the woods: Seattle plants a public food forest. Grist. http://grist.org/urban-agriculture/into-the-woods-seattle-plants-a-public-food-forest/

Viegener, Matias. 2015. Speculative Futures: Social practice, cognitive capitalism and / or the triumph of capital. in Informal Market Worlds: The Architecture of Economic Pressure. Peter Mörtenböeck and Helge Mooshammer (eds.). Rotterdam: nai010.

http://mviegener.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Viegener-Matias-Speculative-Futures-Social-Practice-Cognitive-Capitalism-andor-the-Triumph-of-Capital.pdf

Wark, Mckenzie. 2015. Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene. London: Verso.

 

Wikipedia. 2015. BioArt. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BioArt