Field To Palette Dialogues On Soil And Art In The Anthropocene Is An Investigation Of The Cultural Meanings, Representations, And Values Of Soil In A Time Of Planetary Change The Book Offers Critical Reflections On Some Of The Most Challenging Environmental Problems Of Our Time, Including Land Take, Groundwater Pollution, Desertification, And Biodiversity Loss At The Same Time, The Book Celebrates Diverse Forms Of Resilience In The Face Of Such Challenges, Beginning With Its Title As A Way Of Honoring Locally Controlled Food Production Methods Championed By Field To Plate Movements Worldwide By Focusing On Concepts Of Soil Functionality, The Book Weaves Together Different Disciplinary Perspectives In A Collection Of Dialogue Texts Between Artists And Scientists, Interviews By The Editors And Invited Curators, Essays And Poems By Earth Scientists And Humanities Scholars, Soil Recipes, Maps, And DIY Experiments With Contributions From Over Internationally Renowned Researchers And Practitioners, Field To Palette Presents A Set Of Visual Methodologies And Worldviews That Expand Our Understanding Of Soil And Encourage Readers To Develop Their Own Interpretations Of The Ground Beneath Our Feet
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- 703 pages
- Field to Palette
- Alexandra Toland
- 12 January 2019 Alexandra Toland