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Mark Cheetham, ‘Landscape & Language: from Conceptualism to Ecoaesthetics’ and Mark with Mariele Neudecker, ‘Re-Inventing Landscape Traditions for the Present’

Monday, 11 March, 2013 by Tom Balfe

In the late 1960s, the N. E. Thing Co., a Canadian art collective, produced a series of interventions exploring the connection between landscape and language. They set up road signs next to nondescript stretches of countryside with messages like ‘You … Continue reading

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CAN CAPITALISM BE PICTURED?

Sunday, 12 February, 2012 by Nadine Loach

SPEAKER: G. M. TAMÁS (SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW,THE INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, BUDAPEST) From the very beginning of his lecture, Gáspár Miklos Tamás established that what was to follow would be a stream of consciousness of … Continue reading

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