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Hannah Nelson-Teutsch

In: The SAGE Handbook of Nature: Three Volume Set

Chapter 67: A Tree Grows on West 22nd Street: Public Art, Nature, and the Transformation of Urban Communities

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A Tree Grows on West 22nd Street: Public Art, Nature, and the Transformation of Urban Communities
A Tree Grows on West 22nd Street: Public Art, Nature, and the Transformation of Urban Communities
Hannah Nelson-Teutsch

Environmental art is a blend of design, landscaping, architecture, urban planning, the social sciences and philosophy – in addition to being art. Increasingly, city agencies, developers and corporations recognize our ability not only to solve difficult design problems but also to come up with unique and creative solutions to all phases of urban planning. Today, when humanity lacks unity and a clear overview, art can become a unifying element that captures the essence of the site, its purpose and meaning for the community. It sees the past and present and envisions a ...

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