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The new earthwork : art, action, agency /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Moyer, Twylene., Harper, Glenn, 1946-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Hamilton, NJ : Seattle, WA : ISC Press ; Distributed by University of Washington Press, c2011.
Edition:1st ed.
Series:Perspectives on contemporary sculpture ; 4. bk.
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Table of Contents:
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  • Richard Long's Line: Dissolving Aesthetics into Ethics /
  • Dieter Roelstraete
  • Forms Behaving in Time: A Conversation with David Nash /
  • Ina Cole
  • Alfio Bonanno: One With Nature /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Ice in the Whirlwind: Chris Drury's Desert Journey from Antarctica to Nevada /
  • Oliver Lowenstein
  • Andy Goldsworthy: Restoring the Senses /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Eco-Logic (1990) /
  • Eleanor Heartney
  • Breaking Ground: Alan Sonfist, Helen Mayer and Newton Harrison, Mel Chin, Michele Oka Doner, Jody Pinto, and Aviva Rahmani (1991) /
  • Jude Schwendenwien
  • Environment, Audience, and Public Art in the New World (Order) (2000) /
  • Mara Adamitz Scrupe
  • Public Art Ecology: From Restoration To Social Intervention (2011) /
  • Patricia Watts
  • Reinvigorating Nature and Public Art: A Conversation with Alan Sonfist /
  • John K. Grande
  • Agnes Denes: Sculptural and Environmental Conceptualism /
  • Ricardo D. Barreto
  • Nature Redux: Nancy Holt and the '90s Reclamation Revival /
  • Joan Marter
  • Herman Prigann and the Unfinished Ecology of Sculpture /
  • Paula Llull
  • Acid Mine Drainage and Art: Art, History, and Science in Rural Pennsylvania /
  • Virginia Maksymowicz
  • Stacy Levy: Understanding Nature As It Happens /
  • Kathy Bruce
  • Artists Confronting Problems: A Conversation with Michael Singer /
  • John K. Grande
  • Buster Simpson: Greening Public Art /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Working by Any Means Necessary: A Conversation with Mel Chin /
  • Jeffry Cudlin
  • Art in the Public Interest: A Conversation with Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison /
  • Jane Ingram Allen
  • Poetry in the Mundane: A Conversation with Mags Harries and Lajos Heder /
  • Marty Carlock
  • Tim Collins and Reiko Goto: Art Has Everything to Do With It /
  • Glenn Harper
  • Visualizing the Water Cycle: Buster Simpson, Jann Rosen-Queralt, and Ellen Sollod at Brightwater Treatment System /
  • Susan Platt
  • Liquidating Tradition: Contemporary Fountains /
  • Patricia C. Phillips
  • Keeper of Water: A Conversation with Betsy Damon /
  • Terri Cohn
  • Art and Water for the Future: A Conversation with Ichi Ikeda /
  • John K. Grande
  • Theater of Flow: A Conversation with Lorna Jordan /
  • Suzanne Beal
  • Planet According to Maya Lin: What is Missing? and Confluence Project /
  • Susan Platt
  • Brandon Ballengee: Deviant Histories /
  • Glenn Harper
  • Suspended in Time: A Conversation with Yolanda Gutierrez /
  • John K. Grande
  • Trans-Species Art: A Conversation with Lynne Hull /
  • Robert Preece
  • Equal Opportunity Housing /
  • Elizabeth Lynch
  • Presidio Habitats: A Model Art and Wildlife Collaboration /
  • Maria Porges
  • Fritz Haeg's Alternative Possibilities /
  • Marty Carlock
  • Bob Bingham: Building Environment /
  • Glenn Harper
  • Plant Art: Is There Room to Grow? /
  • Brooke Kamin Rapaport
  • Mara Adamitz Scrupe: How Does Your Garden Grow? /
  • Christa Forster
  • Vaughn Bell: Committing to Ownership /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Mechanical Botanical: A Conversation with Doug Buis /
  • John K. Grande
  • Culture of Nature: A Conversation with Mark Dion /
  • Julie Courtney
  • Center for Land Use Interpretation: Learning from the Cultural Landscape /
  • Glenn Harper
  • Nothing Is More or Less Alive: A Conversation with Eduardo Kac /
  • Carrie Paterson
  • We Are the Landscape: A Conversation with Steven Siegel /
  • John K. Grande
  • Art of Activism: A Conversation with Barbara Hashimoto /
  • Collette Chattopadhyay
  • Bob Johnson: Putting Trash in Its Place /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Environmental Incentives for Public Art /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Off the Grid: Self-Powering Sculpture /
  • Elizabeth Lynch
  • Generating Energy in Time and Space: A Conversation with Ned Kahn /
  • L.P. Streitfeld
  • Social Sculpture: The Nexus of Human Action and Ecological Principles /
  • Patricia C. Phillips
  • Piero Gilardi and Parco Arte Vivente: Generating Living Art /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Mary Mattingly: Planning for Survival /
  • Elizabeth Lynch
  • Futurefarmers: Tradition Telling Truth to Power /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Art, Environment, and Politics: A Conversation with PLATFORM /
  • Terri Cohn
  • Christy Rupp: Daylighting Dirty Secrets /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Yes Men/Yes Lab: Lying To Tell the Truth /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • 51 Declarations for the Future
  • A Manifesto for Artists /
  • Frances Whitehead
  • Eve Andree Laramee: Revealing What No One Wants to See /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Making the Invisible Visible: A Conversation with Andrea Polli /
  • Polly Ullrich
  • Living: Responsive Structures for Dynamic Environments /
  • Elizabeth Lynch
  • Marjetica Potrc: The Art of Sustainable Self-Sufficiency /
  • Twylene Moyer
  • Modest Actions and Big Impacts: A Conversation with Mary Miss /
  • Harriet F. Senie
  • Platforms for Participation: A Conversation with Natalie Jeremijenko /
  • Jennifer McGregor.