Center for Art + Environment Blog

  • Book Review — From Bauhaus to Ecohouse: A History of Ecological Design

    March 29, 2012   |   By William L. Fox

    After Nazi pressures led to the closure of the Bauhaus in 1933, leading members reestablished their lives and work outside of Germany, first in London and ultimately in the United States. During this pivotal moment of displacement, Bauhaus thinking also made a turn toward ecological design. By incorporating biological thinking about form and connectedness into... View Post

  • Chris Drury’s Carbon Sink: A Marker of Western Realities

    March 20, 2012   |   By Michaela Rife

    Visit the official Wyoming state tourism website and you will be greeted with promises of “untouched” beauty. Nature is a crucial part of the state’s public image, packed within the “Forever West” campaign that greets visitors on billboards, websites and television advertisements. The message could hardly be any clearer: Wyoming’s greatest cultural resource is its... View Post


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