»el jardinero«, 2011 by Jesus Bubu Negron.

»Concrete Gardens (Roman)«, 2010 by Wilfrid Almendra.

A still from »RowFlow–Finite Being«, 2011 by Theodoros Giannakis.

Hanging Garden«, 2009, installation of over 300 different dry plants hanged chronologically, by Aki Nagasaka.

»Eleven Heavy Things«, 2009, a series of eleven outdoor sculptures by Miranda July.

»Untitled«, 2006, by Margarete Jakschik.

Ivan Iannoli.

»displaced strata/great expectations«, 2008. Mirrors placed in the back garden of Newman House and oriented so that when viewed from the bay window in the Iveagh room, each one reflects an element of the rear facade of the building. CD players are placed at the window sill, playing a soundtrack to accompany the view. By Dennis Mcnulty.


»edible urban party jungle«, 2008 by Namaiki using permaculture principles to create gardens focusing on edible perennials and trees (both useful and support species) in a compact food forest garden type system at the Jogja National Museum in Indonesia.

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»Days Like These«, 2002, by Mike Marshall.


Installation “Stereo Rain” by Jeroen Doorenweerd. Video.


»Revival Field«, 1990-1993. On eighteen square meters of ground in Pig’s Eye landfill in St. Paul, Minnesota, contaminated with cadmium and isolated by metal barriers, Mel Chin made a smaller circle divided into six zones comprising of various species of decontaminating plants (absorbing heavy metals such as zinc and the cadmium). Plantings lasted until the site was detoxified.

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“Von Hinten” and “Geteilte Freude ist doppelter Spass” by Via Lewandowsky.


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“Catapulp-Catapuppet” by Gruppo A12.


»Game Over« (2003) by Bani Abidi.


»Fallen« by Nicole Mollett.


»10 yards of…« is a series of small gardens and forests placed in recycled refuse dumpsters. »10 yards« refers to the payload capacity of each dumpster. Once constructed, these gardens can be installed with relative ease in any urban location; just as easily, they can be picked up by truck and moved to a new location. By Michael Bernstein.


“Sprinklers” by Amir Zaki