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Nature 3.X: Where is Nature Now? (review)

Nature 3.X: Where is Nature Now? (review) called for democratic designers to reclaim core natural world. As the symposium brief summarized: “It is time to update to a new version of nature, one principles and rearticulate central purposes. To that is suited for the realities of the 21st century. In do so requires theoretical groundwork – not just doing so, we must fi rst ask the question, ‘Where is operational languages. To cross a new threshold Nature Now?’” of democratic design will require an unusual Two events preceded a day- long sequence of collaboration between practitioners, professors, lectures on April 18: a student charrette with Seattle theorists, and activists. artist Buster Simpson entitled “Urban Headwaters” At the closing session, a subcommittee was estab- at the University of Minnesota Traveler’s Innovation lished to formalize the next steps for Democratic Lab on April 15; and an opening reception and lecture Design Without Borders. Celen Pasalar is organizing co- hosted with the Minneapolis Parks Foundation EDRA 47 in Raleigh, North Carolina from 16–22 May on April 17 featuring Kate Orff , principal of SCAPE 2016, and Mee Kam Ng announced the next Pacifi c and director of Columbia University’s graduate urban Rim Conference in Hong Kong from 15–17 December http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the land University of Wisconsin Press

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University of Wisconsin Press
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1553-2704

Abstract

called for democratic designers to reclaim core natural world. As the symposium brief summarized: “It is time to update to a new version of nature, one principles and rearticulate central purposes. To that is suited for the realities of the 21st century. In do so requires theoretical groundwork – not just doing so, we must fi rst ask the question, ‘Where is operational languages. To cross a new threshold Nature Now?’” of democratic design will require an unusual Two events preceded a day- long sequence of collaboration between practitioners, professors, lectures on April 18: a student charrette with Seattle theorists, and activists. artist Buster Simpson entitled “Urban Headwaters” At the closing session, a subcommittee was estab- at the University of Minnesota Traveler’s Innovation lished to formalize the next steps for Democratic Lab on April 15; and an opening reception and lecture Design Without Borders. Celen Pasalar is organizing co- hosted with the Minneapolis Parks Foundation EDRA 47 in Raleigh, North Carolina from 16–22 May on April 17 featuring Kate Orff , principal of SCAPE 2016, and Mee Kam Ng announced the next Pacifi c and director of Columbia University’s graduate urban Rim Conference in Hong Kong from 15–17 December

Journal

Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the landUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Mar 15, 2016

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