On Friday, July 8th, Professor Jill Casid took part in the Finding Common Ground: Making the Landscape Radical symposium at Tate Liverpool. Prof. Casid’s paper was titled “Going to Seed in the Necrocene.”
Imagined as an extension of the Radical Landscapes exhibition, the Finding Common Ground symposium provides a space to dig deeper into the histories and futures of the rural. The exhibition opens up the countryside as a space where questions around trespass, borders, access, edgelands, botany, artistic experimentation and struggles around civic freedoms coagulate.
This event was sponsored by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and Tate Liverpool.