University of Coventry, Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) Coventry, United Kingdom in cooperation with ITLA
ISSN 2754-7620 (Online)
Volume 2, Number 1
The Art of Terraced Landscapes Journal
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Art in terraced landscapes encompasses all kinds of artistic expressions: from photographic collections of terraces, drone footage of terraced landscapes, artistic expressions of stone-masonry and dry stone walling, sculptures and paintings, art happenings. The aim of the journal is to bring to life the idea and vision of every human action in and in relation to the terraced landscape as a precious document of coexistence.
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Volume 2, Number 1 (October 2021)
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History of a Hillside
Louisa Jones transports us to a terraced hillside in southeastern France. She and her husband bought in 1975 two properties of seven hectares. One part was severely damaged by agrochemicals, the other was abandoned for five decades.
Enriching diversity in hill ecosystems, creating visual rhythms with stone walling, Louise and Bernard are passing down a local heritage, a place of enjoyment and inspiring well being.
Solace in a Time of Covid (with a nod to
Gabriel Garcia Marquez)
Bethe Hagens takes us to Maine, USA. Her home garden on a hill is the location where she, for more than six years, patiently removed trash, created soil and planned her dream garden with terraces made of stones and a great variety of edible plants and flowers growing freely.