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The Tree Question: Field research & cultivation practices in community-based public art in an age of ecological crises

Gordon Brent BROCHU-INGRAM, KEXMIN field station, Salt Spring Island, Canada PowerPoint presentation: 2016 April 25 Brochu-Ingram TransHEAD ‘The Tree Question’ PowerPoint abstract: 2016 April 25 Brochu-Ingram TransHEAD ‘tree’ presentation bilingual notes: (trad) 2016 April 25 Brochu-Ingram TransHEAD ‘tree’ presentation 2016 April presentation Geneva University of Art & Design Trans – Mediation, Education, * Haute École d’art et de […]

Expanding & diversifying environmental research: Needs for urbanizing coastal regions exporting fossil fuels

The Qatar Peninsula with adjacent Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, along with the Arabian Gulf, on December 30, 2001. notes of presentation: ingram-2013-nov-29-expanding-diversifying-the-work-of-environmental-research-centres PowerPoint graphics of presentation: ingram-2013-expanding-diversifying-environmental-research This conversation in Qatar represents my first set of notes reflecting on the legacies and continued importance of a global movement, or rather convergence of […]

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 […]

Designs from The Terminal City: Activist strategies for diversifying research & educational offerings for a national centre in Toronto

PDF available of text: text-2013-ingram-designs-from-the-terminal-city PDF available of PowerPoint: 2013-ingram-designs-from-the-terminal-city 30 April, 2013 Guest presentation and discussion, Faculty of Design, Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD) 113 McCaul, 5th floor, Room 1516 Thursday May 2, 2013, 2:00 pm abstract Toronto has become one of three centres in North America for design education, research […]

Sustainability For Uncertain Times: The expanding roles of critical engagement in urban environmental planning for community development

PDF copy of presentation: sustainability-for-uncertain-times-xian-jiaotong-liverpool-univ-9-2011

Planning For Uncertain Times: Fostering Higher Education for Innovative & Sustainable, Architecture and Community Development for Southern Africa

A PDF copy of the PowerPoint presentation is available: ingram-2011-planning-for-uncertain-times-witwatersrand-south-africa A PDF copy of the text of the presentation is available: ingrams-text-may-2011-planning-for-uncertain-times-for-witwatersrand

Repositioning the Landscape in Architecture: Towards Innovative Research & Design Processes for Site Planning in Uncertain Times

PDF copy of PowerPoint presentation available: repositioning-the-landscape-in-architecture-site-planning-for-uncertain-times-university-of-hawaii-school-of-arch-may-2011

Planning For Sustainability in Uncertain Times: A guest lecture at George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Planning For Sustainability in Uncertain Times: Building Transformative Graduate-Level Curriculum for Urban Environmental Leadership, Policy & Problem-Solving 11:30 p.m. Wednesday the 13th of October, 2010 George Washington University College of Professional Studies 805 21st Street NW, Suite 301 Washington DC, 20052 USA a PDF copy of the Powerpoint presentation is available here: ingram-2010-planning-for-sustainability-in-uncertain-times-george-washington-university

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 […]

Fragments, edges & matrices: Retheorizing the formation of a so-called Gay Ghetto through queering landscape ecology

Ingram, G. B. 2010. Fragments, edges & matrices: Retheorizing the formation of a so-called Gay Ghetto through queering landscape ecology. in Queer Ecologies: Sex, Nature, Politics & Desire. Cate Sandilands and Bruce Erickson (eds.). Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. pages 254 – 282. PDF copy available: ingram-2010-fragments-edges-matrices-from-queer-ecologies