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Items where Subject is "Ecology"

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Number of items at this level: 26.

Art/Design Item

Saenz de Sicilia, Andrés (2021) Forest Scape. [Art/Design Item]

Revell, Tobias and Goatley, Wesley and Peters, Charley (2019) Charismatic Megapigment. [Art/Design Item]

Priest, Colin (2014) The Dance of the Neptune Plant. [Art/Design Item]

Naldi, Pat (2002) East of Eden. [Art/Design Item]

Article

Chen, Shuhan (2022) British dairy farmers’ management attitudes towards agricultural plastic waste: reduce, reuse, recycle. Polymer International, 71 (12). ISSN 1097-0126

Barnett, Heather (2019) Being Other Than We Are... PUBLIC #59: Interspecies Communication, Summer (59). pp. 158-169. ISSN 2048-6928

Book

Orta, Lucy and Page, Sophie (2021) The Lost Species Handbook: from the everyday to the extraordinary. The Lost Species, 1 . University of the Arts London, London. ISBN 978-1-906908-71-3

Book Section

Johnston, Antony and Leach, Rebecca and Sproat, Heather (2016) Teaching Towards Sustainability Literacy in Art, Design and Fashion. In: Teaching Education for Sustainable Development at University Level. World Sustainability Series . Springer, Switzerland, pp. 221-233. ISBN 978-3-319-32926-0

Johnston, Antony (2015) From Consumer to Citizen: Engaging Students with Participative Methods in Design. In: Integrative Approaches to Sustainable Development at University Level. World Sustainability Series, XII . Springer, Switzerland, pp. 245-257. ISBN 978-3-319-10689-2

Conference, Symposium or Workshop Item

fitzPatrick, Edwina (2019) The Artist who looked inside trees. In: Evolving the Forest, 19 - 21 June, Dartington Hall, Totnes, England.

Windle, Amanda (2013) Territoriality and the DigiLab — How the Spatial Turn Comes to Matter. In: 4S, 19 - 23rd August 2013, San Diego.

Williams, Dilys (2013) Sustainability in Fashion. In: Sustainability in Fashion, 8 July 2013, National Portrait Gallery, London.

Williams, Dilys (2008) Talk: Poison and Antidote. In: Poison and Antidote Cornelia Parker exhibition, 13 Feb - 30 March 2008, Whitechapel Gallery.

Orta, Lucy and Bloomfield, Robert (2010) International Year of Biodiversity and Amazonia. In: Rising to the Climate Challenge: Artists and Scientists Imagine Tomorrow's World, 20th March 2010, Tate Modern Starr Auditorium, Bankside, London. (Unpublished)

Orta, Lucy (2011) Amazonia. In: Art, écologie & développement durable, 30-31 March 2011, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France.

Naldi, Pat (2020) Who Owns the Sea? In: Composting Estate, 29 November 2019 - 17 July 2020, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.

Dada, Maria (2017) The Technical Milieu. In: The Embodied Self, Institut d'études avancées de Paris Hôtel de Lauzun 17 quai d'Anjou 75004 Paris.

Show/Exhibition

Orta, Lucy and Orta, Jorge (2011) Chemistry: creating new worlds. [Show/Exhibition]

Orta, Lucy and Orta, Jorge (2012) Nature's Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art & Invention. [Show/Exhibition]

Naldi, Pat (2004) 'East of Eden' in What in the world is more beautiful? [Show/Exhibition]

Naldi, Pat (2023) The End of Reference. [Show/Exhibition]

Layzell, Richard (2016) The Artist Hotel. [Show/Exhibition]

Thesis

Metcalfe, Daniel J. (2015) Multispecies Design. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London and Falmouth University.

Hall, Cathryn (2021) Design for Recycling Knitwear: a framework for sorting, blending and cascading in the mechanical textile recycling industry. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Gilmurray, Jonathan (2018) Ecology and Environmentalism in Contemporary Sound Art. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Arnold, Bram (2016) Walking Home: The path as transect in an 800km autoethnographic enquiry. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London and Falmouth University.

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