They’ve finally done it, the madmen! They’ve mapped 685,781 of the trees in New York City, gathered data on the species and size, and assigned them all an economic value. They seem to lowball the value of a tree in a city in my opinion, but I guess its hard to put a price on love.
– via ArchDaily
Alan Sonfist works with nature to make art, and in his “Time Landscape” the art requires no work after planting, it is an intervention against the city on behalf of the forest that once grew where the buildings and streets now stand. But Tim Landscape exists, like a capsule, a throwback to a world long gone.
– via Hyperallergic