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Feed Your Mind: Lunchtime Talk

Thursday 21 February 2019, 12.30pm to 1.30pm

 

Inspired by Helen Sear’s exhibition, Prospect Refuge Hazard, join us a for an insight into ‘prospect-refuge’ theory, introduced by artist Simon Warner.

Prospect-refuge theory was created by Yorkshire-born geographer Jay Appleton (1919 - 2015). His influential ideas help explain our deep-seated responses to the dangers of the natural environment, and why we find certain environments ‘beautiful’.

Simon Warner, who has exhibited with Professor Appleton, will discuss prospect-refuge theory in connection with his own landscape photography including Bull Greave Beck, his six metre tall artwork currently on display in Impressions big window.

Free event, no booking required.

If you missed the Feed Your Mind talk with Simon Warner on Thursday 21 February, you can listen again here.



Part of our Feed Your Mind series of talks supported by The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art




Simon Warner

Simon Warner