Peter Connolly has given some recent attention to landscape urbanism and related notions. Relevant writings include: 'Embracing Openness' and 'Two Models of the Abstract: The Invisible and the Imperceptible', in the Mesh: Landscape/Infrastructure Book (2004). 'The New Presumption' in Kerb 14 and an essay 'Heterogenesis: The Fate of Affects in Landscape Urban ism', which accompanies the essay in this edition. Peter teaches design, history and theory in the landscape architecture programme at RMIT, Melbourne.
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