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The Structurist - Toward an Ecological Ethos in Art and Architecture, No. 43/44, 2003/2004, Mosquin, Ted; Rowe, Stan; Butala, Sharon; Corrigan, Kevin; Milne, Courtney; Cobb, John B. Jr.; Gare, Arran; Gablik, Suzi; Rothenberg, David; Akkerman, Abraham; Botar, Oliver A.; Railing, Patricia; Bornstein, Eli

Author Name    Mosquin, Ted; Rowe, Stan; Butala, Sharon; Corrigan, Kevin; Milne, Courtney; Cobb, John B. Jr.; Gare, Arran; Gablik, Suzi; Rothenberg, David; Akkerman, Abraham; Botar, Oliver A.; Railing, Patricia; Bornstein, Eli

Title   The Structurist - Toward an Ecological Ethos in Art and Architecture, No. 43/44, 2003/2004

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Fine

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Saskatchewan, Canada The Structurist 2003

Seller ID   663G2613

152 pages. Features: A Manifesto for Earth; Return of the Plains Bison to the prairies and the return of honor; An ecological ethos in presocratic thinking - can we really learn anything new from the past?; The reflecting pool - place of the ten thousand things; Can universities promote an ecological ethos?; Archtiecture and the global ecological crisis - from Heidegger to Christopher Alexander; Art and the Big Picture; The Road past the selfish landscape; Philosophical urbanism and deconstruction in city-form - an environmental ethos for the twenty-first century; Biocentrism and the Bauhaus; An imaginary trialogue on abstract art - Kandinsky, Kupka, and Mondrian in conversation; For a dialogue on the future of abstract art; book reviews. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. An excellent copy.

The  Structurist  -  Toward  An  Ecological  Ethos  In  Art  And  Architecture,  No.  43/44,  2003/2004    Manifesto  For  Earth;  Return  Of  The  Plains  Bison  To  The  Prairies  And  The  Return  Of  Honor;  An  Ecological  Ethos  In  Presocratic  Thinking  -  Can  We  Really  Learn  Anything  New  From  The  Past?;  The  Reflecting  Pool  -  Place  Of  The  Ten  Thousand  Things;  Can  Universities  Promote  An  Ecological  Ethos?;  Archtiecture  And  The  Global  Ecological  Crisis  -  From  Heidegger  To  Christopher  Alexander;  Art  And  The  Big  Picture;  The  Road  Past  The  Selfish  Landscape;  Philosophical  Urbanism  And  Deconstruction  In  City-form  -  An  Environmental  Ethos  For  The  Twenty-first  Century;  Biocentrism  And  The  Bauhaus;  An  Imaginary  Trialogue  On  Abstract  Art  -  Kandinsky,  Kupka,  And  Mondrian  In  Conversation;  For  A  Dialogue  On  The  Future  Of  Abstract  Art 

Price = 199.95 USD


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