Nobody’s Property: Art, Land, Space, 2000-2010

At the Princeton University Art Museum, Nobody’s Property: Art, Land, Space, 2000-2010, organized by Kelly Baum, offers “a new chapter in the history of environmental art, one in which space, geopolitics, human relations, urbanism, and utopian dreamwork play as important a role as, if not more than, raw earth.”

The catalog, from Yale, has an essay on the relationship between historical land art, primitivism, and new media technologies by Yates McKee; a round table with Baum, Uriel Abulof, Rachael DeLue, and Jonathan Levy; and further contributions from Alex Bacon, Margo Handwerker, Michelle Lim, Kurt Mueller, and Chris Reitz.

The art is by Allora and Calzadilla, Francis Alÿs, Yael Bartana, Andrea Geyer, Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, Emre Hüner, Matthew Day Jackson, Lucy Raven, and Santiago Sierra.