LA+ WILD Reviewed By ASLA Blog The Dirt
LA+ Journal is the University of Pennsylvania's investigation of modern landscape architecture, a true interdisciplinary approach to this dynamic field. Shannon Leahy reviewed the first issue on the American Society of Landscape Architecture's blog The Dirt, a must-read for anyone intrigued by politics of place. As Leahy writes:
"The journal's provocative first issue, LA+ WILD, explores the shifting concept of 'wild.' In the midst of the 21st century’s global environmental crisis, what is truly wild? For Tatum Hands, editor in chief of LA+, 'wild is fundamental.' This idea resonates in the issue's essays and graphic depictions, which speculate on conservation initiatives that fall under the rubric of 'rewilding.'"
Read the full review on The Dirt.