Artist bus trip to Topographies Seminar
A seminar on space, place and sensation
6th February 2018
Taunton TA2 8LG
Warp is delighted to be able to offer some subsidised places on an artist-devised journey to the Topographies Seminar leaving from Cardiff on 6th February 2018. Subsided tickets booked through Warp cost £20 (normal price £30) and include conference ticket, including lunch event, and access to Hestercombe grounds and exhibitions, plus a return journey by luxury coach with onboard activities en route including entertainment and video screenings organised by Alexander Stevenson. The bus will meet passengers outside g39 at 8am on Tuesday 6th February 2018 and will return to Cardiff for 7.30pm. Places are limited and booking is essential.
To book your subsidised ticket on the coach and a place at the seminar, follow the link below to the Eventbrite booking system and enter the password.
Topographies is a one-day seminar exploring how we make sense of different landscapes, through contemporary art practice and creative geographies. Artists and researchers lead a series of discussions around the remote and the connected, the mapping of invisible and imagined spaces, and how technology is changing our relationship to landscape.
Harriet Hawkins, art writer and professor in GeoHumanities at Royal Holloway, University of London.
John Wylie, professor in Cultural Geography at Exeter University.
The seminar includes a lunch event, developed by Vilma Luostarinen in collaboration with Natasha Rosling. The menu will conjure the imaginary spaces of the body and its relationship to the land and sea.
For more information and details on the event visit http://odysseanproject.co.uk