Emerging Landscapes: A New Normality
22 May - 23 June 19
Emerging Landscapes: A New Normality explores how we relate to the landscape and the stories that landscapes tell.
This exhibition looks at the industrial and environmental transitions that are channelled by our surroundings. It examines the human impact on our environment alongside the effect different landscapes have on us.
Our landscape is considered from diverse perspectives, from the ecological to the political, and features works by artists including June Miles RWA, Janette Kerr PPRWA, Neil Murison RWA and Robert Hurdle RWA.
Curated from the RWA collection by University of Bristol MA Art History students.
Image credit: Susan Foord RWA, Blue and Golden Ochre Landscape, 1997, oil and mixed media, 30x30cm, RWA Collection
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