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2013

Heading Home: Michael Pollan and Fritz Haeg on Reviving Domesticity – conversation with Michael Pollan for the Walker Art Center

At home in the Twin Cities: Garden No. 15 brings me full circle – op ed for the Minnesota Post

2012

Gardening Between Hope and DoomWalker Art Center interview – with Paul Schmeltzr

Dream Cityessay for the U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale

BUTT Interview – for BUTT Magazine

Urban Undoing: What I Don’t Do to Create My Future Cityessay for The Guardian

Princeton Student Colony interview for Rumor: Princeton School of Architecture

2011

My Gardening Storyessay for the Garden Marathon at the Serpentine Gallery

A.A.R. Interview for the American Academy in Rome

2010

What We Mean When We Say L.A.essay for Frieze Magazine

Interview with Fritz Haegfor Performance Art World

Above the People: The Meadow, the Vegetable Garden, the Apple Tree, and the Cow! – essay for ‘Above the Pavement—the Farm!: Architecture & Agriculture at PF1,’ Princeton Architectural Press

Interview with The Dirt – ASLA, American Society of Landscape Architects

Forum on Landscape Architecture Adaptive to Climate Change, interview with Landscape Architecture China

The Building That Farms – essay for Bracket, Actar

Room With a View essay for Little Joe

Interview with Fritz Haegfor Work Journal

Dome Colony X in the San Gabriels – text for The X Initiative Yearbook, Mousse Publishing

2009

Border Control – essay for Frieze Magazine

Welcome –  essay for ‘The Sundown Salon Unfolding Archive’

Why the White House Garden Matters – op-ed for the The Guardian

The First Act of Revolution – essay for On Procession: Art on Parade, Indianapolis Museum of Art

Frieze Fair Keynote Talk: Something For Everyone – transcript from ‘Frieze Projects / Frieze Talks 2006-2008‘ by Neville Wakefield and Jennifer Higgie

2008

London: A Manifesto from your Animals – text for Manifesto Marathon, Serpentine Gallery

Fritz Haeg on Animal Estates and Edible Estates – essay for Artforum

Collaborators and Participants – contribution to Journal of Aesthetics and Protest

Estate Planning – in conversation with Harrell Fletcher – interview for The Bear Deluxe Magazine

Fritz Haeg Interview at Reed College – interview for Port

Sundown Gardens & Residence – text for Pablo Internacional

Some Early Thoughts about the Animal Estates project – from Animal Estates Field Guides, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College; Casco Office for Art, Design and Theory

Last Page: Fritz Haeg – essay for Public Art Review

Architecture after the Front Lawn – essay for exhibition catalog Actions: What You Can Do With the City, Canadian Centre for Architecture

The View From the Landscape – essay for arcCA Magazine

Utopia and Failure: Eco Art Blog Interviews Fritz Haeg, Eco Art Blog, Mattias Merkel Hess

Full Frontal Gardening – essay for Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn, Metropolis Books

2007

Olympic Farming 2012 – text from Debate London, Architecture Foundation, Tate Modern Turbine Hall

Interrogating Public Space: Fritz Haeg – interview with Nato Thompson for Creative Time

Interview with Julius Schulman – interview for PIN-UP magazine

Buildings, Gardens & Happeningsessay for Control Magazine

2006

Humans Were Here – exhibition essay for Humans Were Here: Building in L.A., Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art

Building a Very Gay House – exhibition essay for Humans Were Here: Building in L.A., Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art

I Like Chinatown – exhibition essay for Humans Were Here: Building in L.A., Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art

2005

Friendship at Sundown – essay for Textfield

An Interview with Fritz Haeg – from Eleven Eleven Journal of Literature and Art

2004

Can A Young L.A. Architect Save the World? Fritz Haeg is Making his Geodesic Dome the Center of the Universe – interview for Index Magazine

Interview with the Organizers of the gardenLAb experiment – for Green Museum

1999

L.A. Design Supplement – interviews with Joe Addo, Frederick Fisher, Hedge, Jorge Pardo and Sarah Graham for index Magazine

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