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   “Landscape and Inscription ,” Multispecies Studies. (with Cary Wolfe), Edited by Thom van Dooren, Ursula Münster, Eben Kirksey, Deborah Bird Rose, Matthew Chrulew, and Anna Tsing. Environmental Humanities, 2016. DukeUP website:  https://www. dukeupress.edu/environmental- humanities
       
     
 Antennae Issue 36- Summer 2016   Wildlife and Oil: In the Air     Maria Whiteman: Photos and Text - Pp. 95
       
     
 Plastic Blue Marble—Catalyst: Amanda Boetzkes      Edited by Ted Hiebert. With contributions by Shannon Bell, David Cecchetto, Mark Cheetham, Ted Hiebert, Doug Jarvis, Serena Kataoka, Anne Pasek, and Maria Whiteman.    Amanda Boetzkes specializes in contemporary art, theory and criticism, with an emphasis on the intersection of the biologial sciences, new media technologies and artistic practices of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Her first book,   The Ethics of Earth Art   (University of Minnesota Press, 2010), considers the development of the earth art movement, focusing on how ecology transitioned from a scientific discourse to a domain of ethical and aesthetic concern. She is currently writing a book entitled,   Contemporary Art and the Drive to Waste  , which analyzes the use and representation of garbage in contemporary art, and more subtly, how waste as such is defined, narrativized and aestheticized in the age of global capitalism. Boetzkes is an Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Guelph.
       
     
  Sublime Animal”     Liza Piper and Lisa Szabo, eds., Sustaining the West: Cultural Responses to Western Environments, Past and Present. Waterloo: WLUP, March, 2015
       
     
  “Taxonomia.  ” Photo-essay.   The Minnesota Review   78 (2011): 53-61.
       
     
  “Im(mobility).” Photo-essay co-author Cary Wolfe, for Global Animal, special issue of English Studies in Canada, edited by Karen Ball and Melissa Haynes, in preparation, Fall 2014   
       
     
 Exhibition Catalogue Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.   Art Gallery of Alberta "Touching" Jan - May, 2013
       
     
  “  Hiking the Suburbs  .” Photo-essay.   Public   43 (2011): 31-32, 125-128, 139, 154, 170-173.
       
     
   “Where Do We Go From Here?      Photo-essay.  Photography and Culture  5.1   Volume 6, Number 2, July 2013, pp. 225-233(9)
       
     
 Photo Essay "Landscapes of Sovereignty" I and II  Maria Whiteman and Andrew Pendakis
       
     
  Review of Ron Broglio, Surface Encounters:   Thinking with Animals and Art .      Anthrozoos  , Volume 26, Number 2, 2013, pp. 311-314(4)
       
     
  “Irreversibility, or, The Global Factory”   (photo and text, with Imre Szeman).   Framework: The Finnish Art Magazine   4 (December 2005): 36-37.
       
     
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 by Jeanie Butzler  Animal Skins: Visual Surfaces is a mixed-media exhibition that explores the many layers of taxidermy—as museum object, photographic subject, sculptural interpretation, and cultural phenomenon. exhibition October 2013 Co-curated by Jyl Kelley and Stephanie Turner Foster Gallery, University of Wisconsin~Eau Claire
       
     
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   Paved Meant Vol. 1 (2012-2014). Memories of a Naturalist by David LaRiviere. Exhibition Paved Gallery, Saskatchewan
       
     
   Paved Meant Vol. 1 (2012-2014). Memories of a Naturalist by David LaRiviere. Exhibition Paved Gallery, Saskatchewan
       
     
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   “Landscape and Inscription ,” Multispecies Studies. (with Cary Wolfe), Edited by Thom van Dooren, Ursula Münster, Eben Kirksey, Deborah Bird Rose, Matthew Chrulew, and Anna Tsing. Environmental Humanities, 2016. DukeUP website:  https://www. dukeupress.edu/environmental- humanities
       
     

Multispecies Studies

http://environmentalhumanities.org/archives/landscape/

http://environmentalhumanities.dukejournals.org/content/8/1/143.full

“Landscape and Inscription,” Multispecies Studies. (with Cary Wolfe), Edited by Thom van Dooren, Ursula Münster, Eben Kirksey, Deborah Bird Rose, Matthew Chrulew, and Anna Tsing. Environmental Humanities, 2016. DukeUP website: https://www. dukeupress.edu/environmental- humanities

 Antennae Issue 36- Summer 2016   Wildlife and Oil: In the Air     Maria Whiteman: Photos and Text - Pp. 95
       
     

Antennae Issue 36- Summer 2016

Wildlife and Oil: In the Air  

Maria Whiteman: Photos and Text - Pp. 95

 Plastic Blue Marble—Catalyst: Amanda Boetzkes      Edited by Ted Hiebert. With contributions by Shannon Bell, David Cecchetto, Mark Cheetham, Ted Hiebert, Doug Jarvis, Serena Kataoka, Anne Pasek, and Maria Whiteman.    Amanda Boetzkes specializes in contemporary art, theory and criticism, with an emphasis on the intersection of the biologial sciences, new media technologies and artistic practices of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Her first book,   The Ethics of Earth Art   (University of Minnesota Press, 2010), considers the development of the earth art movement, focusing on how ecology transitioned from a scientific discourse to a domain of ethical and aesthetic concern. She is currently writing a book entitled,   Contemporary Art and the Drive to Waste  , which analyzes the use and representation of garbage in contemporary art, and more subtly, how waste as such is defined, narrativized and aestheticized in the age of global capitalism. Boetzkes is an Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Guelph.
       
     

Plastic Blue Marble—Catalyst: Amanda Boetzkes 

Edited by Ted Hiebert. With contributions by Shannon Bell, David Cecchetto, Mark Cheetham, Ted Hiebert, Doug Jarvis, Serena Kataoka, Anne Pasek, and Maria Whiteman.

Amanda Boetzkes specializes in contemporary art, theory and criticism, with an emphasis on the intersection of the biologial sciences, new media technologies and artistic practices of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Her first book, The Ethics of Earth Art (University of Minnesota Press, 2010), considers the development of the earth art movement, focusing on how ecology transitioned from a scientific discourse to a domain of ethical and aesthetic concern. She is currently writing a book entitled, Contemporary Art and the Drive to Waste, which analyzes the use and representation of garbage in contemporary art, and more subtly, how waste as such is defined, narrativized and aestheticized in the age of global capitalism. Boetzkes is an Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Guelph.

  Sublime Animal”     Liza Piper and Lisa Szabo, eds., Sustaining the West: Cultural Responses to Western Environments, Past and Present. Waterloo: WLUP, March, 2015
       
     

Sublime Animal” Liza Piper and Lisa Szabo, eds., Sustaining the West: Cultural Responses to Western Environments, Past and Present. Waterloo: WLUP, March, 2015

  “Taxonomia.  ” Photo-essay.   The Minnesota Review   78 (2011): 53-61.
       
     

“Taxonomia.” Photo-essay. The Minnesota Review 78 (2011): 53-61.

  “Im(mobility).” Photo-essay co-author Cary Wolfe, for Global Animal, special issue of English Studies in Canada, edited by Karen Ball and Melissa Haynes, in preparation, Fall 2014   
       
     

 “Im(mobility).” Photo-essay co-author Cary Wolfe, for Global Animal, special issue of English Studies in Canada, edited by Karen Ball and Melissa Haynes, in preparation, Fall 2014

 

 Exhibition Catalogue Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.   Art Gallery of Alberta "Touching" Jan - May, 2013
       
     

Exhibition Catalogue Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 

Art Gallery of Alberta "Touching" Jan - May, 2013

  “  Hiking the Suburbs  .” Photo-essay.   Public   43 (2011): 31-32, 125-128, 139, 154, 170-173.
       
     

Hiking the Suburbs.” Photo-essay. Public 43 (2011): 31-32, 125-128, 139, 154, 170-173.

   “Where Do We Go From Here?      Photo-essay.  Photography and Culture  5.1   Volume 6, Number 2, July 2013, pp. 225-233(9)
       
     

“Where Do We Go From Here? 

Photo-essay. Photography and Culture 5.1 Volume 6, Number 2, July 2013, pp. 225-233(9)

 Photo Essay "Landscapes of Sovereignty" I and II  Maria Whiteman and Andrew Pendakis
       
     

Photo Essay "Landscapes of Sovereignty" I and II

Maria Whiteman and Andrew Pendakis

  Review of Ron Broglio, Surface Encounters:   Thinking with Animals and Art .      Anthrozoos  , Volume 26, Number 2, 2013, pp. 311-314(4)
       
     

Review of Ron Broglio, Surface Encounters: Thinking with Animals and Art. Anthrozoos, Volume 26, Number 2, 2013, pp. 311-314(4)

  “Irreversibility, or, The Global Factory”   (photo and text, with Imre Szeman).   Framework: The Finnish Art Magazine   4 (December 2005): 36-37.
       
     

“Irreversibility, or, The Global Factory” (photo and text, with Imre Szeman). Framework: The Finnish Art Magazine 4 (December 2005): 36-37.

IMG_5792.jpg
       
     
IMG_5799.jpg
       
     
IMG_5802.jpg
       
     
 by Jeanie Butzler  Animal Skins: Visual Surfaces is a mixed-media exhibition that explores the many layers of taxidermy—as museum object, photographic subject, sculptural interpretation, and cultural phenomenon. exhibition October 2013 Co-curated by Jyl Kelley and Stephanie Turner Foster Gallery, University of Wisconsin~Eau Claire
       
     

by Jeanie Butzler

Animal Skins: Visual Surfaces is a mixed-media exhibition that explores the many layers of taxidermy—as museum object, photographic subject, sculptural interpretation, and cultural phenomenon. exhibition October 2013 Co-curated by Jyl Kelley and Stephanie Turner
Foster Gallery, University of Wisconsin~Eau Claire

IMG_5758.jpg
       
     
IMG_5754.jpg
       
     
IMG_5760.jpg
       
     
   Paved Meant Vol. 1 (2012-2014). Memories of a Naturalist by David LaRiviere. Exhibition Paved Gallery, Saskatchewan
       
     

 Paved Meant Vol. 1 (2012-2014). Memories of a Naturalist by David LaRiviere. Exhibition Paved Gallery, Saskatchewan

   Paved Meant Vol. 1 (2012-2014). Memories of a Naturalist by David LaRiviere. Exhibition Paved Gallery, Saskatchewan
       
     

 Paved Meant Vol. 1 (2012-2014). Memories of a Naturalist by David LaRiviere. Exhibition Paved Gallery, Saskatchewan