From francis alys and ursula biemann to vivan sundaram allora calzadilla and the center for urban pedagogy some of the most compelling artists today are engaging with the politics of land use including the growth of the global economy climate change sustainability occupy movements and the privatization of public space. Critical landscapes gathers an accomplished selection of essays by scholars and arts practitioners focusing on creative practice which seeks to transform present day social and political space through tenets of social and or environmental justice starting with an investigation into contemporary art and the politics of land use the book . Critical landscapes art space politics emily eliza scott kirsten j swenson limited preview 2015 about the author 2015 emily eliza scott is a postdoctoral fellow at the institute for the history and theory of architecture at the swiss federal institute of technology eth zurich and founding member of the art collectives the los . Ainda sem traducao para o portugues a obra reune um conjunto de reflexoes que problematizam proposicoes artisticas que discutem o uso politico da paisagem esta e abordada como o resultado das complexas relacoes sociais e economicas contemporaneas. Praise for critical landscapes art space politics the book is a wonderful hybrid both a collection of essays and a catalog of projects by artists engaged in contemporary land use unlike landscape architecture land use according to the books editors more directly engages the relationship between environmental and economic
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