The final of our ‘Three Lectures on Architecture After Nature’ series by John May. May is a Lecturer in the departments of Geography and Architecture at UCLA, and an Assistant Researcher at the Institute of the Environment. Michael Osman (UCLA Architecture) will provide a response following the lecture.
Every yard is a Sod Frontier. “Land without population is a wilderness, and population without land is a mob.” The fence-object allows nature to become the land subject. The commodification of nature is a product and producer of complacency. Sooner […]