Art, Maps and Books: Visualising and Re-visualising the Highlands

I’m re-blogging this mainly because the original link I posted has changed but also because it’s content and subject matter are really worth paying close attention to. Broadly, Murdo Macdonald examines how the visual arts have represented highland landscape and culture and in doing so I think asks questions of contemporary artists and curators to reflect on their own practice.

Art, Maps and Books: Visualising and Re-visualising the Highlands.

Art, Maps and Books: Visualising and Re-visualising the Highlands Plenary Address: Lie of the Land Conference, University of Stirling, 26-30 July 2006. Murdo Macdonald, Professor of History of Scottish Art, University of Dundee.

On the same site – Five Essays into Highland Space is also worth reading.

 

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