10 September 2010

Travels in Keillerland: “The Future of Landscape and the Moving Image”

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Over the last three or so years, I’ve been involved in a collaborative project funded as part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s ‘Landscape and Environment’ programme, and based at the Royal College of Art in London…

The initiative was led by the architect and film-maker Patrick Keiller, who has made his new film, Robinson in Ruins, over its course.  It also involved the geographer Doreen Massey and the photographer and cultural analyst Matthew Flintham.   Andrew Stevens of  3-AM Magazine (‘Whatever it is, we’re against it’), is conducting a series of interviews about the collaboration.  These have appeared in the following (chronological) order:  Patrick Keiller’s, mine, and Doreen Massey’s.

is to follow.

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