save the date public defence 2018 March 14 16:00 Aula Wageningen, the Netherlands Historically, the idea of the sublime is often associated with grand and astounding natural scenery. This thesis investigates a twenty-first century idea of the sublime that includes dissonant phenomena such as extreme weather conditions due to climate change. The subject of the […]
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here is a link to my newsletter on peat areas in the Netherlands as the independent advisor spatial quality, province of Utrecht http://mailchi.mp/430b9b5c398e/lxu6e5pzop
density map of the invisible city at a new harbour mouth; Ellie Helliwell Here is a web-log to the summerschool in New Zealand that was created by students and supervised by me, Mick Abbott, Tenille Pickett and Woody Lee http://www.new-sea-land.com And this is an abstract of the content: Landscape architecture has a speculative role in […]
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Due to my position as a political advisor for the next two years (already one has past), I will mainly write in the Dutch language by means of newsletters (mailchimp). I will share all newsletters here, by means of a link. Once my advisory position is available for another person in 2019, I will start […]
‘Ningyo’ (Mermaid) by Katsushika Hokusai (1808) credits: many thanks to Derek Middleton, the language editor of all four letters Kyoto, Japan, February 2008 Highly esteemed Mister Venturous, Mister Criterion and dear Nana, dear future reader, It has been 269, 119 and 89 years since you wrote your letters. With great humbleness and respect […]
And here is, for the month of May, the third letter on the sublime. How the world has changed in no more than 30 years since the previous letter! I must warn readers, this letter introduces an awkward direction for the idea of the sublime, away from wilderness and landscape romance. Into the realm of […]