BETWEEN FIELD PRACTICES AND LANDSCAPE PAINTING

Explore forms of sensitivity to living

FRIDAY 12 OCTOBER 2018, AT 19H30

An evening proposed by the Billebaude Review and the Notebooks of the landscape.

Combining philosophy, accounts of experience of tracking in the field and analysis of landscape paintings, Baptiste Morizot and Estelle Zhong Mengual propose to investigate our forms of sensitivity to the living world: what do we readily pay attention to in nature? And what do we fail to see, what do we neglect? What does that say about our relationship to the landscape, our relationship to living things? 

It is about understanding the way in which our system of spontaneous attention to living things was constructed, in order to imagine ways to enrich it in the context of an ecological crisis.

This evening is offered to you as part of the magazine's 20th anniversary event The Carnets du paysage.

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