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The Common Line: engaging landscape and citizenships through art-geography and digital encounters
John Wylie of University of Exeter presenting, ‘The Common Line: engaging landscape and citizenships through art-geography and digital encounters’ at the Landscape and Citizenship Symposium, held on 16th November 2018 at Conway Hall, London.
Co-authors: Paula Crutchlow (Blind Ditch / University of Exeter), Volkhardt Muller (Blind Ditch), John Drever (Blind Ditch / Goldsmiths) & Chris Hunt (Controlled Frenzy).
Event sponsored by: Advanced Landscape and Urbanism (University of Greenwich), John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design (University of Toronto), Centre for Landscape Democracy (NMBU), and Landscape Research Group.
More information on the event can be found at: https://landscapecitizenships.wordpress.com/