For the past decade Fritz Haeg has explored how we live in our cities, offering alternatives through edible gardens, domestic gatherings, public dances, animal architecture, temporary encampments, and educational environments. For his year-long Walker residency, At Home in the City, the artist has worked with Twin Cities residents and community groups on plantings, events, and a gallery installation. Three interrelated projects—Foraging Circle, a planting in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden; Edible Estate #15: Twin Cities, a suburban front lawn transformed into an edible organic garden; and Domestic Integrities A05, Haeg’s most recent body of work—encourage us to re-imagine our relationships to the land, the home, the city, and each other.
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