Cropscapes developed throughout the twentieth century as a result of rationalization, specialization, and mechanization of agriculture.
After WWII, some Soviet scientists, engineers, and producers believed that intensive industrial practice, which was part and parcel of Soviet experiment, led to devastation of forests. This new vision, however, was much more complicated than just the product of a shift from industrial to ecological thinking.
I had a hunch, distance runners travel for unique race experiences, and to observe landscapes and historic spaces.
In mid-March of this year, a storytelling strain tore through the internet–what a New York Times reporter dubbed the “Coronavirus Nature Genre.”
One can think of ecobricking as just the latest in a series of events that frayed, tore at and re-stitched tangled conceptualisations of life after death.