To Life! Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Online Auxiliaries for Instructors and Students ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Schematics - Indexes xvii
  • Schematic of Art Genres xix
  • Index and Glossary of Art Genres xx
  • Schematic of Art Strategies xxiii
  • Index and Glossary of Art Strategies xxiv
  • Schematic of Eco Issues xxvii
  • Index of Eco Issues xxviii
  • Schematic of Eco Approaches xxxiii
  • Index and Glosssary of Eco Approaches xxxiv
  • Art- Artistic Infrastructure 1
  • Introduction - Eco Art Is / Eco Art Is Not 3
  • Eco Art Is 5
  • Eco Art Is Not 9
  • Eco- Ecological Operatives 17
  • Introduction - What Is Ecology? What Is Environmentalism? 19
  • Eco Art Themes 21
  • Eco Art Aesthetics 33
  • Eco Art Materials 43
  • Twentieth-Century Eco Art Pioneers 51
  • Conspicuous Consumption 53
  • Watershed Management and Beautification 58
  • Energy Generation as Social Sculpture 64
  • Ecological/Political/ Cultural Systems 69
  • Strategies to Sustain Life 74
  • Built Environments as Living Systems 81
  • Performing a River 87
  • Integral Naturalism 93
  • Template of Life and Dynamism 97
  • Primal Immersions 101
  • Urban Oasis 105
  • Preservation of Living Systems 111
  • Honoring Maintenance 116
  • Twenty-First-Century Eco Art Explorers 121
  • Species Reclamation 123
  • The True Cost of Coal 129
  • Soil Remediation 135
  • Planned Obsolescence 142
  • Contestational Biology 147
  • Neo-Pastoralism 153
  • Acid Rain Check 160
  • Poly Agriculture 165
  • Do-It-Yourself Energy Generation 171
  • One with Nature 177
  • Anthropocentric/ Ecocentric Beauty 183
  • Bioelectronics 189
  • Salvation through Conservation 194
  • Cross-Species Affinity 200
  • Air Pollutants 205
  • Citizen Ecologists 210
  • Failings of an Engineering Triumph 216
  • Painting with Life 221
  • Cultivating the Human Body 226
  • The Sixth Extinction 230
  • Tactical Media Campaign 237
  • Corporate-Scale Eco Art 243
  • Diy Renewal for Slums and Condos 247
  • Deep Time 253
  • Pistols into Spades 259
  • Sun/Wind/Flower Power 265
  • Energy Foibles and Follies 270
  • Twin Perils– Excess and Scarcity 277
  • Prepping for Global Warming 283
  • Toolbox for Social Justice 289
  • Stop Shopping Gospel 295
  • Victimless Leather and Meat 300
  • Holistic Healing and Renewal 307
  • Turf Wars and Global Warming 314
  • The Future 319
  • Addendum 321
  • Suggestions for Further Research 323
  • Index 333
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