POSTPONED: Landscape as Cult |A Changing View on Our Nature

Due to the ramped-up measures to combat spreading of the coronavirus this event has been postponed. For up-to-date information on events, please check the organizer’s website.

The exhibition 'Landscape as Cult. A Changing View on Our Nature' puts the people/landscape and culture/nature relationships into sharp focus. The stage for our actions us has always been the landscape around us, but have we almost outgrown this podium? Given the increasing awareness of our disastrous treatment of nature, are we still able – or willing – to feel connected to it? Or are we more inclined to attract the landscape towards us, or even to spend more time in nature?
This exhibition pits the Romantic…

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Due to the ramped-up measures to combat spreading of the coronavirus this event has been postponed. For up-to-date information on events, please check the organizer’s website.

The exhibition 'Landscape as Cult. A Changing View on Our Nature' puts the people/landscape and culture/nature relationships into sharp focus. The stage for our actions us has always been the landscape around us, but have we almost outgrown this podium? Given the increasing awareness of our disastrous treatment of nature, are we still able – or willing – to feel connected to it? Or are we more inclined to attract the landscape towards us, or even to spend more time in nature?
This exhibition pits the Romantic experience of nature against the raw reality of cultivation. Landscape architecture is traditionally a historical analysis: a spatial design that strikes the right balance between ecology, biodiversity and culture. But what happens when instead of tackling the landscape horizontally you construct it vertically, from archaeology to satellite? What layers does it reveal and what meanings do we find embedded in the nature around us?

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When

  • every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until May 3rd, 2020from 12:00 to 17:00

Prices

  • Fixed price€5.00
  • Students€3.00
  • MJK (Museumjaarkaart)Free

Location