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Title: Reflective Ideas in Environmental Art from the 1960s onward on the Contemporary Landscape Architecture
Authors: Pattamon Selanon
Keywords: Reflective Ideas
Environmental Art
Contemporary Landscape Architecture
Issue Date: 22-Feb-2018
Publisher: Thai Association Of Landscape Architects
Abstract: Since the 1960s, the evolution of the environmental art, a unique form of art seeking to redefine the connection between the human and nature, was the front line of debates among landscape architects. Correlations between environmental art and several eminent landscape architects such as Peter Walker, Kathryn Gustafson and George Hargreaves, were reviewed by a large amount of literature (for example, Weilacher, 1996; Beardsley, 1998, 2000; Balmori, 2010, 2011, etc.). It has been nearly six decades since the first emergence. Although today environmental art may not be as vibrant as its heydays, their contemporary transformation covering vast scopes, approaches and issues still stands out as exceptional and noteworthy examples that reflect the ways of thinking about ourselves and of being in the world. With constant new developments in landscape architecture, such knowledge of the past can help to set aims for the future. The study’s objectives are to identify and summarize overall significant ideas underlying in environmental art that the future development of landscape architecture should be notified or perhaps be aware. However, Although the research’s fieldwork, which includes semi-structured interviews and focus group, are based in the United Kingdom, the investigation of the research covers practices of landscape architecture and environmental art in various contexts, including Europe and North America.
URI: http://tar.thailis.or.th/handle/123456789/991
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