Monday, 5 January 2009

The New Landscape


‘The New Landscape’ will bring together artists working in Cornwall who have, in different ways, been inspired by the landscape. One of the distinctive features of art made in Cornwall over a number of generations has been its relationship to the landscape. In recent years in Cornwall artistic representations of the landscape have taken a large number of forms beyond traditional painting. Increasingly, newer media, like video and digital photography, have become important, often as a way of documenting interventions or performances in the landscape. This exhibition will show a wide variety of work in a range of media, which all share a relationship with the Cornish landscape.

I'm doing a sound installation for this show. The private view is on Friday 16 January 6.30 -8.30

17 January - 14 March 2008
Royal Cornwall Museum, River street, Truro
www.royalcornwallmuseum.org

2 comments:

Timothy Morton said...

I'd be interested to hear more about the installation you're doing. I write on ecology and sound art.

The Management said...

more next week...