Rachel Strickland “The Social Lives of Urban Trees: An Experimental Video Project”
This interdisciplinary panel discussion reflects on the historical roles (expected and unexpected) of non-human others in crafting urban and regional landscapes, and the politics, biopolitics and aesthetics of more-than-human interactions.
Organized by Nida Rehman, Ann Kalla Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University. The event took place on 30 April 2017 at the Center for Sustainable Landscapes in Pittsburgh, PA. Learn more at: soa.cmu.edu/events/2017/4/30/of-more-than-human-spaces-symposium-center-for-sustainable-landscapes.
Video credit: Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture / Hugh "Smokey" Dyar