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Unromanticizing landscape

Karin Harrasser


In this text, related to Rimini Protocol’s piece Shared Landscape I want to discuss, whether and in how far it is possible to work with a notion of landscape without romanticizing historically specific nature-cultures.



SHARED LANDSCAPES
AS ART OF ENTANGLEMENT:
BECOMING TERRA-SUBJECTIVITIES

Werner Friedrichs


“Shared Landscapes” raises the question of how landscapes can become palpable as commonly shared, entangled and intertwined worlds. Or in other words, how can we more comprehensibly understand that collectively produced natural spaces are not simply existing, passive sceneries for active, autonomous subjects?



SHARED LANDSCAPES:
AN EXPERIMENT OF LIVING
AND SENSING WITH THEATRE

Frédérique Aït-Touati

Let's start with a classic, very simple definition of landscape: it's a portion of land, something that can be seen from a particular vantage point. Today, however, a new definition of landscape is emerging.



The landscape, ambivalent and relational

Leila Chakroun

Addressing shared landscapes through a diversity of artistic creations and from multi-sited perspective shed a new light on one of the tensions that is at the heart of the concept of landscape: not all of the landscape is shared or shareable.




Mapping the landscape - a shared endeavour

Amaranta Fontcuberta, Leila Chakroun, Darious Ghavami


What part of the landscape is shared, and
under what conditions is landscape shareable?