here shifts from object appearances to processes of formation, dynamics
of occupancy, and the poetics of becoming Thus, if the role of
the landscape architect is less to picture or represent these activities
than it is to facilitate, instigate and diversify their effects in
time, then the development of more performative forms of imaging (as
devising, enabling, unfolding techniques) is fundamental to this task.
A move away from ameliorative and scenographic designs toward more
productive, engendering strategies necessitates a parallel shift from
appearances and meanings to more prosaic concerns for how things work,
what they do, how they interact, and what agency and effects they
might exercise over time. James Corner, "Eidetic
Operations and New Landscapes"
Siama Akhtar, Nicole Bober, Amanda Christianson, Dana DeJonge, Wes
Leila Kanar, Mike Lovato, Mary Martin, Laura Rosenberg, Erin Russel,
Carl Sapura, Stephen Signor,
Josh Simanskey, Andy Traugh, Lindsay Wai