Brent Greene

Brent Greene in an associate lecturer in landscape architecture at RMIT and a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne. His research investigates the operation of spontaneous urban ecologies in theory and practice. Through his work, Brent explores how multiple components of the urban landscape, including nature based phenomena, economic and political systems, impact the conceptualisation and design of urban wildness in public open space. 

Brent has over five years experience in teaching and research. He teaches theoretical and digital design subjects at RMIT, in addition to coordinating and co-teaching bachelors and masters design studios locally and internationally. His research, which includes written and creative outputs, has been published in peer reviewed journals such as Landscape Review and Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language.

Brent holds a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Printmaking) from the Victorian College of the Arts.

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