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L'enclos comme parcelle et totalité du monde : pour une approche holistique de l'art des jardins [Texte intégral]

Abstract : The paper draws on the concept of 'hétérotopie' articulated by Michel Foucault. We wish to make certain methodological points explicit for a discussion of the garden. It can be seen as an open, material and living system, through an indispensable confrontation with the 'in situ', understood within the complexity of environmental integration. The garden can also be seen as the place where complex phenomena and issues are crystallised. In order to analyse this, we must continue the work carried out over the last few decades to cross disciplines which may clarify the role of the garden in the culture and society of the time, as well as the discourses and practices of which it is the foundation.
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Hervé Brunon, Monique Mosser. L'enclos comme parcelle et totalité du monde : pour une approche holistique de l'art des jardins [Texte intégral]. Ligeia, dossiers sur l'art, Ligeia - Giovanni Lista, 2007, p. 59-75. ⟨halshs-00167922⟩

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