Black and white image of a tree, intersected by two red lines. Text reads: Beautiful Disruption: Radically reimagining approaches to contested landscapes. 25th February, 7pm, online, free.
This Green Tease event is framed around the idea of contested landscapes – be they urban or rural – and landscape decision making. Human Geographers, Eirini Saratsi and Tim Acott from the AALERT network will introduce us to Landscape Decision Making. Artists Jo Hodges and Kerry Morrison will use participatory methods and break-out groups to explore the use of imagination, creative disruption and activism as methodologies to widen debate and action around landscape change and environmental issues.
The session will also explore why and how artists and academics might work together to widen the debate and influence decision making using engagement across disciplines and collaboration as a means to share ways of knowing and modes of action that challenge current landscape decision making processes and policy.
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About Green Tease
This event is taking place as part of the Green Tease events series and network, a project organised by Creative Carbon Scotland, bringing together people from arts and environmental backgrounds to discuss, share expertise, and collaborate. Green Tease forms part of our culture/SHIFT programme.