Yoni Angelo Carnice

MLA I

Vulgar: A Garden

Advised by Alex Wall

Vulgar: A Garden reconstructs the history and collective memory of Filipino immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area. A series of gardens along a designed trail retell oral histories through subtle gardening interventions. These “vulgar” punctuations at various scales reveal local climatological phenomena, native flora, and the symbolism embedded in the surrounding Filipino cultural landscape of Daly City, California. Experimental modes of representation challenge the way gardens can be made, perceived, and experienced through various media including film and mixed-media collage.

Yoni Angelo Carnice, MLA I. An illustration of a group of people with a line drawing of flowers overlaying them.
Yoni Angelo Carnice, MLA I.
Collage of a eucalyptus understory.
Yoni Angelo Carnice, MLA I.
Collage of a plan for a trail.
Yoni Angelo Carnice, MLA I.
A collage of plantings and substrates for a section of a trail.
Yoni Angelo Carnice, MLA I.
Animation of a burn box.
Yoni Angelo Carnice, MLA I.
A collage of two individuals running through flowers.
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