The fields of photography and sociology seem to be enjoying a growing awareness of the ways in which they can both enrich and strengthen one other. This is typified by the wide range of events that are appearing within the academic and arts landscape, events which are bringing together practitioners from diverse backgrounds but with a shared interest in exploring and representing the changing world around them.
One such event is the upcoming Uncanny Landscapes, organised by organised by researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London, and supported by Landscape Surgery (RHUL) and the Centre for Creative Collaboration.
‘Uncanny landscapes is a week long series of events consisting of workshops, symposiums, a conference and exhibition, bringing together artists and academics whose work addresses the ambiguity between subject, object and landscape relations.’
4th-8th March 2013
The Centre for Creative Collaboration
16 Acton Street,
The event opens on Monday 4th of March with an exhibition and afternoon of artist talks featuring Mariela Cvetic, Niklas Fanelsa, Rachel Sarah Jones, David Kendall, Phil Legard, Ben Murphy, Sarah Sparkes and Annie Stogdale.
Following the opening event will be a series of workshops and conference sessions the programme of which can be found here. Entry to events is free but registration is recommended as numbers are limited. The organisers can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional enquiries.