publications

Toland, A. & Wessolek, G. (2012): Boden als kultureller Gegenstand – Das Pedotopia Projekt. In: Kucharzyk & Makki (eds.) Berliner Geographische Arbeiten 118; Die Wahrnehmung der Böden in unserer Gesellschaft. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, p. 107-117.

Toland, A. & Wessolek, G. (2011): Beneath the Pavement – The Vadose Zone. In: Franceschini & Milicevic (Hrsg.) Beneath the Pavement – A Garden. Loughborough University (UK), ISBN 978-1-907382-34-5, p. 80-105.

Wessolek, G., Kluge, B., Toland, A., Nehls, T., Klingelmann, E., Rim, Y.N., Mekiffer, B. and S. Trinks (2011): Urban Soils in the Vadose Zone. In: Enlicher et al (Hrsg.) Progress in Urban Ecology. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London and New York: Springer Science + Business Media B.V.

Toland, A. & Wessolek, G. (2010): Soil Art – Bridging the Communication Gap. In: Makki & Frielinghaus (eds.) Berliner Geographische Arbeiten 117; Boden des Jahres 2010 – Stadtböden. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, p. 126-134.

TOLAND, A. WESSOLEK, G. (2010). Soil Art: Bridging the Communication Gap. Conference Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Brisbane Australia

TOLAND, A. (2009). The Beauty of Dirt – Aesthetic Arguments and Artistic Practice as Alternative Approaches to Soil Communication, Education and Protection. Diplomarbeit im Studiengang Landscaftsplanung an der TU-Berlin.

Toland, A. & Wessolek, G. (2010): Merging Horizons – Soil Science and Soil Art. In: Feller and Landa (Hrsg.) Soil and Culture. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London and New York: Springer Science + Business Media B.V., p. 45-66.

Toland, A. & Wessolek, G. (2010): Core Samples of the Sublime – On the Aesthetics of Dirt. In: Feller and Landa (Hrsg.) Soil and Culture. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London and New York: Springer Science + Business Media B.V., p. 239-260.

TOLAND, A. (2007). Art, Physiology, and the Soil-Body Interface. In: Landscape & Arts Network Journal No. 40.

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