Hi All

 

A reminder about our forthcoming event.

 

We have a nice A3 flyer too which I can send as an attachment if you’d like to post it up anywhere, or circulate further

 

For those of you far afield from Milton Keynes, UK we hope to be podcasting the discussion at the OpenSpace site:  http://www8.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/osrc/

 

But do have a look at the movie too if you get the chance ….

 

Many thanks, Nigel

 

 

OpenSpace Doreen Massey 3rd Annual Lecture   at The Open University

 

LANDSCAPE / SPACE / POLITICS

A screening and discussion of Patrick Keiller’s Robinson in Ruins

 

Location: The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA

Date: Wednesday 25 May 2011

Screening: Berrill Lecture Theatre 14:00 – 16:00

Refreshments: Berrill Café 16:00

Panel Discussion: Berrill Lecture Theatre 16:30 – 18:00

Drinks and Refreshments: Berrill Café 18:00

 

Patrick Keiller’s film Robinson in Ruins (2010) and Doreen Massey’s essay Landscape/Space/Politics are two of the outcomes of a three-year AHRC-funded research collaboration `The Future of Landscape and the Moving Image’ involving Keiller, Massey, Patrick Wright and Matthew Flintham.  Taking its engagement with the UK landscape as a political intervention, the project `sets out to explore received ideas about mobility, belonging and displacement, and their relationship with landscape and images of landscape, in a context of economic and environmental change’ 

 

For more information, please visit the website at thefutureoflandscape.wordpress.com

 

Panellists

Patrick Keiller: Filmmaker, films include London (1994), Robinson in Space (1997)

Doreen Massey: Emeritus Professor of Geography, Open University

Patrick Wright: Professor of Cultural Analysis, Nottingham Trent University

Matthew Flintham: Ph.D (RCA) Artist and independent researcher

Nigel Clark:  Senior Lecturer, OpenSpace and Geography, Open University

 

 

RSVP [log in to unmask] to confirm your attendance and receive an e-copy of Doreen Massey’s essay Landscape/Space/Politics.

 

Organised by the OpenSpace Research Centre and the Department of Geography at The Open University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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