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Exploring some decolonial aesthetics emerging in indigenous, public & site-based art on the West Coast of Canada

Repopulating Contentious Territory: Recent Indigenous Aesthetic Interventions in Public Space on the West Coast of Canada. Symposium on Decolonial Aesthetics from the Americas. University of Toronto. Saturday, October 12th, 2013 2 – 3:30 pm, Debates Room, Hart House, University of Toronto Panel H Decolonizing the Local: Canadian Artistic Practice in the context of the Americas […]

From queer spaces to queerer ecologies: Recasting Gregory Bateson’s Steps to an Ecology of Mind to further mobilise & anticipate historically marginal stakeholders in environmental planning for community development

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2012. From queer spaces to queerer ecologies: Recasting Gregory Bateson’s Steps to an Ecology of Mind to further mobilise & anticipate historically marginal stakeholders in environmental planning for community development. European Journal of Ecopsychology 3 (Queer Ecologies issue): 53 – 80. PDF available: ingram-2012-queer-spaces-to-queerer-ecologies-e-j-of-ecopsychology ‘Warrior’s Feather Head Dress’ Cowichan man by Edward […]

R.E.p.l.a.n.t: Bringing Salish food plants native to neighbourhoods back into urban agriculture & contemporary art | Proposal to Bossa Properties for 1650 Quebec Street, Vancouver to combine public art and urban agriculture

R.E.p.l.a.n.t: Bringing Salish food plants native to neighbourhoods back into urban agriculture & contemporary art | Proposal to Bossa Properties for 1650 Quebec Street, Vancouver to combine public art and urban agriculture proposal text: text-replant-proposal-for-1550-quebec-st-vancouver-2012-side-stream-environmental-design-castle-ingram-murray-spahan-sparrow-with-vitae proposal graphics: replant-proposal-for-1550-quebec-st-vancouver-2012-side-stream-environmental-design-castle-ingram-murray-spahan-sparrow-with-vitae

roof, Produce Produce: Re-Examining Urban Sustainability, Arnica Artist-Run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia

‘roof’ catalogue in PDF: gordon-brent-ingram-2010-roof-in-produce-produce-exhibition-arnica-kamloops ‘roof’ consists of a series of notes, documents, and explorations of Vancouver’s first dedicated green roof. Approved by Vancouver City Council in the summer of 1995, the Railtown Studios green roof was installed in 1998 as part of a public-private redevelopment of a fish warehouse, that had been owned by […]