Neutered Landscapes

“Some, for instance, would agree to the distraction of a “lesser” creatures habitat to build a playground; others would intuit the long-term environmental connections between a tiny reptile and the children who would play there. As we discover the social and ecological subtleties of alteration, we begin to understand the nuances and interconnections between what we call nature and what we call human, which is, of course, merely another branch of nature.”

Lucy R. Lippard
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Altered Landscapes