The motif of the landscape in art has long had a problematic history. Used as a symbol for Nationalism in the Romanticist art of the post-enlightenment period, it has continued to function as an ideological battleground where the clash between cultural and societal values finds form. Working across the mediums of photo-media and sculpture, each artist will discuss how the landscape disrupted by warfare or environmental damage functions in relation to their recent practice. This talk is part of the Bristol Biennial programme For more information contact

Date: 14th June, 2-3pm

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