A scholarly article “Burnishing History: Mags Harries’ 1976 Asaroton,” by Martina Tanga in Public Art Dialogue: Volume 8, 2018- Issue 1: Food and Activism in Contemporary Public Art, which puts Asaroton into the sociopolitical time of its making.
Public Art: ‘Windows on the Floating World’ was recently reviewed in Florida Gardening’s May/ June 2018 Issue.
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“Windows on the Floating World educates visitors, inspiring them to learn more about the role and importance of wetlands and what they can do to protect them. In the artist’s words, “This tropical wetland garden is about water, immersion, and experience.” WGI helped design, develop, and transform a conceptual experience into a vibrant reality. By respecting and complementing the garden’s existing conditions, just six months after the project’s completion, this tropical wetland garden looked like it had always been there.”
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Article by Kristen Siegel, Senior Project Manager, PLA, ASLA- WGI