Justine Holzman Adjunct Assistant Professor,
University of Tennessee
Justine Holzman is an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Landscape Architecture at the University of Tennessee, a research affiliate for the Responsive Environments and Artifacts Lab at Harvard, and the 2016 Maeder-York family fellow in Landscape Studies at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, with an MLA from LSU and a BA in Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley. Holzman previously taught at LSU as a visiting assistant professor where she worked as a research fellow with the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio, a transdisciplinary think-tank working on coastal issues in Louisiana. Her research recognizes the inherent responsive capabilities of landscape materiality and speculates on the development of synthetic ecologies dependent on responsive technologies for nuanced monitoring and material reconfiguration. She recently co-authored Responsive Landscapes: Strategies for Responsive Technologies in Landscape Architecture with Bradley Cantrell, framing a comprehensive view of interactive and responsive projects and their relationship to environmental space.