‘Scaping Habitus’ experiment

Traditional notions of “design” and “landscaping” involve human-supremacist notions of order, extraction and coercion, yet intentionality and constructive planning modes may also help humxns “look before we leap” and more reflexively consider the ways even our “smallest” (seemingly private, habitual, localized) choices and actions relate within and as biocultural paradigms, patterns, systems, and relations.

As part of Art+Landscape at G-CADD in Granite City, IL, MARSH enacts a “nurturant self-design” experiment entitled Scaping Habitus: 

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