Ant Farm : 1968-1978
Provides an overview of Ant Farm, the radical architecture collective that brought us Cadillac Ranch, Media Burn, and The Eternal Frame. This work explores the sweeping career of this visionary collective as its architectural projects broadened to embrace a range of undertakings that challenged the visual architecture of image, icon and power.
Print Book, English, ©2004
University of California Press : Berkeley Art Museum : Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, ©2004
xiii, 188 p. : ill. (some color), map ; 28 cm
Foreword: Kevin E. Cosey Lenders/Funders/Venues Acknowledgments Introduction: Constance M. Lewallen Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll, Cars, Dolphins, and Architecture: Michael Sorkin Searching for Energy: Caroline Maniaque Tunneling Through the Wasteland: Ant Farm Video: Steve Seid Interview withAnt Farm: Constance M. Lewallen in Conversation with Chip Lord, Doug Michels, and Curtis Schreier Ant Farm Timeline: Ant Farm AUTOMERICA (excerpt): Chip Lord Friends of Ant Farm Exhibition History Bibliography Index About the Contributors