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Land-Use Poetics
Initiated by Professor Maria Hellström Reimer, then of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Landscape Architecture, Alnarp, ‘Land Use Poetics’ Phase 1 brought together artists and architects from Sweden, Germany and the U.K. in an arts-based research project, to document changing patterns of land use in the urban areas of Malmö, Lund and surrounding landscapes. The project findings were exhibited and discussed in a public forum at the Museum of the Sketch in Lund, Sweden. My contribution was developed with artist Nigel Green as the collaboration Photolanguage. Phase 2 of the project was, on the suggestion of Photolanguage, held on the Isle of Thanet, Kent, with an introductory talk by UCL archaeologist Stuart Brookes, and a project exhibition and symposium held at Crate Space Gallery, Margate. The project included Kerstin Ergenzinger, Rona Lee, Gunnar Sandin, Staffan Schmidt, Meike Schalk, Apolonija Sustersic, Melissa Appleton and Rosy Head. The book/catalogue Land Use Poetics (edited by Maria Hellström Reimer and Photolanguage) was published in 2011. Aspects of the work of Photolanguage for Phase 1 was also published as the article, ‘Stereoscopic Duplication: The Game of Spillepeng and its Definitions’ in P.E.A.R. issue no. 1, 2009.
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