Art, Sustainability And The American Lawn

Art, Sustainability And The American Lawn

Edible Estates questions the politics of design in suburbia.

Lisa Baldini
  • 23 july 2010

Artist Fritz Haeg‘s Edible Estates installation works with suburban front lawns as canvases for growing and cultivating functioning gardens. Here, the interventions offers us a way into thinking about the design of American communities, and our relationships with food ecologies:

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