landescaping

workshop, gardens, theoretical investigation
virtual, malta, russia

Understanding our own escapism through gardens and gardening. Analysing and investigating the existing gardens within our lives by mapping them and the memories associated to them. Gathering indigenous plants, and studying their aesthetic and emotional associations.

- We are using a google maps custom map to collect different types of gardens; gardens close to the national gatherings, famous gardens, secret gardens, home town gardens etc. If possible, participants entering the location attach data in the form of memories, sketches and photos of the space. This initiative will create an international collection of gardens, and the different perspectives they give. - Another initiative we will be taking for e-easa is to create a guide on how to transform your own house garden, through analysis and tasks to create an at-home version of this theoretical research workshop; putting emphasis on combining personal experiences and emotions, with indigenous plants available to the participant.

timeframe

taking part

- We are using a google maps custom map to collect different types of gardens; gardens close to the national gatherings, famous gardens, secret gardens, home town gardens etc. If possible, participants entering the location attach data in the form of memories, sketches and photos of the space. This initiative will create an international collection of gardens, and the different perspectives they give. - Another initiative we will be taking for e-easa is to create a guide on how to transform your own house garden, through analysis and tasks to create an at-home version of this theoretical research workshop; putting emphasis on combining personal experiences and emotions, with indigenous plants available to the participant.

contact

Francesca Cassar, Anna Bunina

francescacassar@hotmail.com
​annabuun@gmail.com

Questions about EASA 2020: info@easaestonia.ee

Anything you'd like to share? easaweb@gmail.com

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