Green Light: Toward an Art of Evolution

MIT Press (2010)

Ch. 1. Divine plants and magical animals -- Ch. 2. Aesthetic effects of domestication -- Ch. 3. The rainforests of domestication -- Ch. 4. The rise of ornamental plants -- Ch. 5. Darwin's sublime -- Ch. 6. Playing God -- Ch. 7. Standards of excellence -- Ch. 8. Doubles -- Ch. 9. Kitsch plants -- Ch. 10. Bastard flowers -- Ch. 11. Biotechnology in the garden -- Ch. 12. Recent art involving DNA -- Ch. 13. Naming life -- Ch. 14. Anthropocentrism and genetic art -- Ch.15. The angel of extinction -- Ch. 16. Seven breeding complexes -- Ch. 17. The slowest art -- Ch. 18. Breeding for wildness.
Keywords Art and biology  Biotechnology in art  Nature (Aesthetics  Evolution (Biology Philosophy
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Call number N72.B5.G47 2010
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