You can add to Bryan Finoki's Boschian Entomomechanophilic Army these aspiring faunal and floral videographers.
Such as this Sundance-bound aardvark.
Landscape architects should definitely go into the security-surveillance industry. Or have they already?
From the topsy-turvy view of a tumbleweed, landscape architects can monitor the precarious peace in Montana between ranchers, separatist patriot militias, environmentalists, miners, and Hollywood celebrities.
Or in some solitary patch of the American West, gauge the mental condition of reclusive Land Art purveyors to reassure the Army Corps of Engineers that their earth moving activities are not compromising the tectonic integrity of Nevada.
Or perhaps it's better to turn our four-legged cineastes into agents of psychological warfare, letting them loose to terrorize Michael Heizer day and night, only backing off when his city nears completion.
For the Cannes-Venice-Berlin film festival circuit, this wolf is a good candidate.
Under the cover of darkness, Bleex Soldier-Gardeners release a pack of techno-lupine vigilantes into national parks, public lands and forest preserves. There, they'll sniff out invasive species and snuff them out mercilessly to preserve ecological purity.
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