By Daniel Kariko and John Raulerson
The aim of this research is to capture the elements of a vanishing subculture, the Florida Family Farm, in the face of a changing Florida landscape. Over the years Florida’s farmlands have been bought out by developers. In light of the current financial crisis, land developers have not been able to secure financing to complete their sprawling subdivisions and commercial properties, rendering much of what were fertile farmlands useless.
Daniel Kariko is a native Yugoslavian photographer and digital media artist.
John Raulerson is a native Floridian, sculptor, photographer, and digital media artist.
1 Comments – Login to comment
rebeccafoley · Aug 1, 19 5:15 amFlorida Farm family is the last and the only people who do have the essence of old culture and grace. They have suffered some financial crisis yet they are doing it. My bet number is bet365-nz-casino and I have to visit https://icasinoreviews.info/bet365-nz-casino/ to get my money. The best thing about them is that they are deprived of technology yet they are living happily.
Migrational Fields: Farming and the Chinese Urban Village
By Neeraj Bhatia, Marissa Cheng, Elizabeth Nguyen, Liu Peng, Yang Jiang