Felicity D. Scott revisits the architectural, art, video, and intermedia practices of the experimental collective 'Ant Farm', self-described super-radical activist environmentalists. Drawing together archival material on their extended fields of practice, Ant Farm features the first full-color publication of the complete Ant Farm Timeline , as well as Allegorical Time Warp: The Media Fallout (1969) and an archival dossier on Ant Farm's Truckstop Network (1970-1972). The Ant Farm architects produced experimental works on the 'fringe of architecture' (1968-1978) and were influential video artists. Felicity D. Scott is Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia University and a founding editor of Grey Room .
Felicity D. Scott is Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia UniversityA 's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and a founding co-editor of Grey Room, a quarterly journal of architecture, art, media, and politics published by MIT Press since Fall 2000. Her book, entitled Architecture or Techno-Utopia: Politics After Modernism, appeared on MIT Press in 2007.