THE REMEMBERED LANDSCAPE is an ongoing project supported by Arts Council England. It will explore several disparate parts of the British landscape and investigate how that landscape shapes us, how it exists in our memory, and how our perception of it is affected by personal narrative. 

The research will be rooted in a physical exploration and documentation of the landscape, with emphasis on two distinctly different areas of England, each with autobiographical importance, but which also encapsulate many of the economic and social changes that England has undergone in my lifetime: the East Kent landscape where I have lived for twenty years, and southern Lancashire, the landscape where I grew up. 

This page will show elements of the project as it develops over the coming months. You can follow me on Instagram and Twitter to see where my research leads me…

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