Friday, 16 March 2012
Interesting post about 'sound mapping' on the Some Landscapes blog; an indication that some of the more intriguing landscape discourse is taking place outside of established disciplines and structures, in the urban-focused psychogeographical sphere.
For anyone who has not looked at Some Landscapes, I would really recommend it as a forum for investigating the interface between landscape and the arts. For those of us who have travelled from a more conventional spatial-temporal perspective, broadening horizons (why is it that so many phrases and cliches are landscape-related?) can only enrich our understanding.