Papers and presentations from the event

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Adam LaityFraming the Anthropocene: cinematographic approaches towards the ecosublime landscape.
Beatrice JarvisB’fhéidir anseo tá mé saor in aisce. (A study in the possibility of the sensations of home)

Carolyn ShapiroNature as Neighbour: Landscape’s Relation to the Human in Studio Ghibli Films
Claire RedgroveNature’s Voice: An investigation of a dynamical system - the weather - through drawing.
Coastal Reading GroupWe weave and heft by the river
Colin RileySoundmarks and Enchantments
Daniel EltringhamTracing the Pales: walking the several enclosures of North Wood
David CrouchThe fluidity of the thing we call landscape
Dawn Scarfe and Grant SmithSound Tent
Elizabeth Jane BurnettSWILLOWING: Wild Writing Swimming in the Dart
Henrietta SimsonLandscape after Landscape: Before the Genre and Beyond the View
Joanna PriceAntarctica and the Traumatic Sublime
John Wylie (Keynote)The Distant
Judith StewartAnxious Subjects and Melancholy Romantics in a Flat Landscape
Laura BissellTranslating Seascapes
Laura C Mayer (Keynote)A Legacy in Landscape: the Aesthetic Minimalism of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown
Lori Diggledeep mapping thin places
Louise Ann WilsonWarnscale: a Land Mark Walk
Luke BennettStanding safely at the edge: risk, law and the landscape sublime
Maria Puig ParnauThe border, despite it all
Marlene CreatesA Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow
Mat OsmondGreat Mother, or Something: Meinrad Craighead and the animal face of god
Natalie JoelleGlean-to: Gleaning in Lean Culture with Food in Community
Samantha WIlsonFraming the View: The Aesthetics of Astonishment and Contemplation in the Expanding Industry Surrounding the Appreciation of Nature
Simon WarnerLandscape as sign language
Stuart Mugridgeb([r])e(at[h])ing or breathing in | sounding out (a langscape)
Tom Baskeyfield & Mario PophamShaped by Stone

Carolyn Shapiro
We live in a world in which it seems impossible to look upon landscape in the same way that we
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Judith Stewart
We live in a world in which it seems impossible to look upon landscape in the same way that we
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Laura C. Mayer
An exploration of how the language of taste weaved its way through the design revolutions of the eighteenth-century English garden, restructuring social
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Tom Baskeyfield & Mario Popham
haped by Stone is a project devised for the Barnaby Festival, a cultural festival in Macclesfield, Cheshire. For the past
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Marlene Creates
From the Ground Tier to a Sparrow Batch: A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow, Blast Hole Pond
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Louise Ann Wilson
Warnscale is a self-guided walking-performance specific to the Warnscale fells south of Buttermere Lake, Cumbria. Mediated through a multi-layered walking-guide/art-
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Coastal Reading Group
We Weave and Heft by the River was an all-night, socially-engaged event facilitated by the Coastal Reading Group that explored
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John Wylie
There is an established narrative in which the world shrinks, distances are overcome and rendered insignificant, and the near and
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Laura Bissell
This paper demonstrates a practical application of Bachelard’s assertions about the abstract relationship between the materiality, movement and liquidity of water as
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Lori Diggle
Much of my creative practice involves negotiating the periphery of thin places. In this context I mean thin in the
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Daniel Eltringham
A site-specific walk that traces the palings and earthworks of North Wood – Dartington Hall’s deer enclosure – reflecting on the
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Maria Puig Parnau
We live in a world in which it seems impossible to look upon landscape in the same way that we
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Samantha Wilson
This presentation will examine one of least discussed aspects of the 18th century British sublime; the model of spectatorship that
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Elizabeth Jane Burnett
Swillowing is a curated swim in the river Dart. Following Ratty’s premise, we will take part in a guided mess about
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Stuart Mugridge
The culture/nature divide is a distraction which all too easily conforms to scientistic norms but the culturally freighted term landscape
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Sound Tent
SoundCamp will be exploring soundscapes around Dartington Hall from a listening lab in a tent on the edge of the gardens (location will depend on
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Simon Warner
Newly holistic attitudes to landscape have revived interest in the environmental aesthetics of Jay Appleton, whose pioneering book The Experience
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Mat Osmond
In her 2005 book Findings (chapter: Fever), the writer Kathleen Jamie ponders the nature of prayer whilst sharing fish and
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Natalie Joelle
This participatory project and micro-exhibition board showcases the excellent work of local Schumacher-inspired collective Food in Community. It places their
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Joanna Price
Antarctica has long been associated with the Sublime, as evoked for example by the monumental icy landscapes of the Heroic
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Henrietta Simson
This paper proposes three artistic interventions that set out to invigorate definitions of landscape; reformulating it in ways that are
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David Crouch
This presentation combines a consideration of the art work, particularly the paintings, of Peter Lanyon, currently showing at Tate Modern
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Claire Redgrove
Walking and the drawn line are the starting point of my artistic process, which I have modelled on the working
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Beatrice Jarvis
Making works in isolation in remote isolated environments, Jarvis’s intimate series of landscape embodiment rituals and the practice of long
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Colin Riley
Colin Riley (composer), Kate Halsall (pianist), Robert Macfarlane (author), Melanie Pappenheim (singer) and Bella Scarr (producer) with the Smith Quartet
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Luke Bennett
Writing in 1792, in a statement encapsulating the Romantic landscape sublime, Jean- Jacques Rousseau declared “I must have torrents, fir
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Adam Laity
If the concept of landscape is concerned with aesthetic ideologies of how we frame nature, environment and the world around
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