Helena Pires, Teresa Mora, Ana Francisca de Azevedo & Miguel Sopas Bandeira (Org.)
2014 | Braga: CECS eBooks
“From the landscape as a scientific and technological production to the landscape as art and representation, the garden emerges as a complex and veneer. Territorial infrastructure that refers to the foundations of a history of the environment to which the public and private spheres converge, the garden is perhaps one of the most powerful symbolic representations that expresses the attempt to break in the modern sense of the human, the effort to banish to the margins the testimonies of wildlife, proof of domestication. In the broad sense, the garden allows us to perceive the battles waged around the land and its possession, configuring the relationship between nature and
still in the contemporary period”.