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  • January 24, 2019

    Other Coworkers: Animals in the Workplace

    History would suggest that a coworking relationship between humans and nonhumans is rarely equal and is typically characterized by subjugation, sadness, and a controlled population expansion of “useful” species. GBHB demonstrates that another more equitable, more beneficial, more respectful cross-species coworking environment is possible....

  • January 24, 2019

    AMBIGUOUS TERRITORY: ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE, AND THE POSTNATURAL

    Ambiguous Territory asks, can art and design avail new ways to approach contemporary challenges regarding the environment? What new worlds, and what new concepts of nature and culture can art and design reveal that other modes of inquiry and knowledge cannot?...

  • September 27, 2018

    Cultural Practices Shaping Urban Biodiversity

    The public square at Utpal Dutta Sarani enables an intensified feeding mechanism that spatially restrains foraging activities of an exploding pigeon population, preventing destructive impacts on urban nature....

  • July 31, 2018

    Art-value of Biological Growth on Buildings

    The art value of the co-created landscape cannot be ignored. The biological growth elevates the value of the wall into that of a unique sculpture....

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