Zaneta Hong curated a collection of photographs from the Harvard Universities photography collection which examine the ways scientific instrumentation records its environment. The collection is part of her course of visualization and landscape architecture taught at the Graduate School of Design.
VIS 2141: Landscape Representation I introduces students to the history, techniques, and conventions of representation used in the field of landscape architecture. Rather than a static description of a design agenda, landscape representation is an active means for building and understanding complexity in design work.
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