viii Online Auxiliaries for Students and Instructors
ix Acknowledgments
xi Preface

SCHEMATICS/INDEXES/GLOSSARIES
xxvi Art Genres
xxii Art Strategies
xxvi Eco Issues
xxxii Eco Approaches

ART: ARTISTIC INFRASTRUCTURE
3 Introduction
5 Eco Art Is
9 Eco Art Is Not

ECO: ECOLOGICAL OPERATIVES
19 Introduction
21 Eco Art Themes
33 Eco Art Aesthetics
43 Eco Art Materials

TWENTIETH-CENTIRY ECO ART PIONEERS
53 Ant Farm (USA) • Conspicuous Consumption
58 Herbert Bayer (Austria) • Watershed Management and Beautification
64 Joseph Beuys (Germany) • Energy Generation as Social Sculpture
69 Hans Haacke (Germany) • Ecological/Political/Cultural Systems
74 Helen/Newton Harrison (USA) • Strategies to Sustain Life
81 Friedensreich Hundertwasser (Austria) • Built Environments as Living Systems
87 Allan Kaprow (USA) • Performing a River
93 Frans Krajcberg (Poland) • Integral Naturalism
97 Mario Merz (Italy) • Template of Life and Dynamism
101 Carolee Schneemann (USA) • Primal Immersions
105 Bonnie Ora Sherk (USA) • Urban Oasis
111 Alan Sonfist (USA) • Preservation of Living Systems
116 Mierle Laderman Ukeles (USA) • Honoring Maintenance

TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY ECO ART EXPLORERS
123 Brandon Ballengee (USA) • Species Reclamation
129 Beehive Design Collective (USA) • The True Cost of Coal
135 Mel Chin (USA) • Soil Remediation
142 Chu Yun (Chin a) • Planned Obsolescence
147 Critical Art Ensemble (USA) • Contestational Biology
153 Fernando Garcia-Dory (Spain ) • Neo-Pastoralism
160 Bright Ugochukwu Eke (Nigeria) • Acid Rain Check
165 Nicole Fournier (Canada) • Poly Agriculture
171 Amy Franceschini (USA) • Do-It-Yourself Energy Generation
177 Gelitin (Austria) • One with Nature
183 Andy Goldsworthy (UK) • Anthropocentric/Ecocentric Beauty
189 Andy Gracie (UK) • Bioelectronics
194 Tue Greenfort (Denmark) • Salvation through Conservation
200 Terike Haapoja (Finland) • Cross Species Affinity
205 HeHe (UK and Germany) • Air Pollutants
210 Natalie Jeremijenko (Australia) • Citizen Ecologists
216 Yun-Fei Ji (China) • Failings of an Engineering Triumph
221 Eduardo Kac (Brazil) • Painting with Life
226 Jae Rhim Lee (South Korea) • Cultivating the Human Body
230 Maya Lin (USA) • The Sixth Extinction
237 Michael Mandiberg (USA) • Tactical Media Campaign
243 Viet Ngo (Vietnam) • Corporate-Scale Eco Art
247 Marjetica Potrč (Slovenia) • DIY Renewal for Slums and Condos
253 Red Earth (UK) • Deep Time
259 Pedro Reyes (Mexico) • Pistols into Spades
265 Tomas Saraceno (Argentina) • Sun/Wind/Flower Power
270 Simon Starling (UK) • Energy Foibles and Follies
277 Gerda Steiner and Jorg Lenzlinger (Switzerland) • Twin Perils — Excess and Scarcity
283 Tavares Strachan (Bahamas) • Prepping for Global Warming
289 SUPERFLEX (Denmark) • Toolbox for Social Justice
295 Reverend Billy Talen (USA) • Stop Shopping Gospel
300 Tissue Culture & Art Project (Finland and UK) • Victimless Leather and Meat
307 Lily Yeh (Chin a) • Holistic Healing and Renewal
314 Marina Zurkow (USA) • Turf Wars and Global Warming

319 The Future
321 Addendum: Personal Survey — What Do I Believe?
323 Addendum: Suggestions for Further Research

  • Tuesday, 25 September 2012