Posts Tagged ‘ Landscape ’

Into(x) the Wild. The Anthropogenic Landscape: How the Human Shapes Nature

Dez 7th, 2018 | By | Category: Ideal Spaces, Spatial concepts, Topics

In the contemporary context of the Anthropocene, the relationship between humans and nature should be redefined. Taking into consideration how capitalist industries, natural resources overexploitation, economic and social processes are shaping the landscape, “Into(x) the Wild” aims to draw a parallel between cleaning the interior and polluting the exterior.



A Field Guide to Artificial Nature(s); Or, the Evolving Literary Ecology of the Temporary Autonomous Zone

Dez 7th, 2018 | By | Category: Ideal Spaces, Spatial concepts, Topics

‘The Literary Field Guide’ analyzes any .txt file and provides a breakdown of the text’s weather, climate, geographic features, flora, and fauna, in the style of a U.S. National Park Service brochure. As a teaching tool, the Guide creates a site and sense of engagement between the viewer and a complex literary ecology. As a provocation, it creates data visualizations of literary landscapes in hopes of calling attention to the artificial and constructed natures of all such visualizations.



KIT Scientific Publishing, Karlsruhe | Journal of New Frontiers in Spatial Concepts | ISSN 1868-6648
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