'LAND, ART: A Cultural Ecology Handbook' (2006)

The publication 'LAND, ART: A Cultural Ecology Handbook' (2006), was commissioned by RSA Arts & Ecology in partnership with Arts Council England. The book was launched in London [51º30’N, 0º 07’W] on December 2006 coinciding with the RSA, Arts Council England and London School of Economics & Political Science's symposia ‘No Way Back?’.

Edited by: Max Andrews
Editorial coordination: Mariana Cánepa Luna
Published by: The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, London, in partnership with Arts Council England
Designed by: SMITH Design International LTD, London
World-wide distribution: Cornerhouse Publications
Release date: 11 December 2006
Format: 240 x 170 mm / 208 pp / 2,000 copies / colour throughout / hardcover / Weight: 985gr / with eight smaller statistic pages wrapped around the book's sectioning
ISBN 0 901469 57 2 [978-0-901469-57-1 (from 2007)]

Contributions by Lara Almarcegui, Amy Balkin, James Boyle, Fernando Bryce, Susan Canney, Chu Yun, Jimmie Durham & Maria Thereza Alves, Feng Yuan, Futurefarmers & Free Soil, Tue Greenfort, Thomas Hirschhorn, Katie Holten, Jiang Jun, Jeffrey Kastner, Winona LaDuke, Learning Group, Lucy R. Lippard, Wangari Maathai, Jonathan Meuser, Jason Middlebrook, Nils Norman, David Naguib Pellow & Lisa Sun-Hee Park, PLATFORM, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Paul Schmelzer, Peter Schmelzer, Michael Shellenberger & Ted Nordhaus, Cameron Sinclair, Stephanie Smith, Bruce Sterling, Kirstine Roepstorff, Rirkrit Tiravanija, David Toop, Vitamin Creative Space, Insa Winkler, the Worldwatch Institute and Zheng Guogu. Artists’ ‘plates’ section: Claire Bishop on Francis Alÿs, Gemma Lloyd on Donna Conlon, Max Andrews on Henrik Håkansson and Insa Winkler, Diana Baldon on Marine Hugonnier, Mariana Cánepa Luna on Alfredo Jaar, Zoë Gray on Brian Jungen, Lars Bang Larsen on Aleksandra Mir, Richard Flood on Richard Prince, Alejandra Aguado on Tomás Saraceno, Francesco Manacorda on Simon Starling.

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