A note on: speaking at the Garden Museum in London on February 27th 2018

A huge pleasure to continue my residency with J&L Gibbons, landscape architects and friends I admire so much, by being part of The Landscape Learn event to be held at the beautiful Garden Museum in Lambeth. I'll be giving a talk on poetry's primary ethical purpose as a way of seeing and understanding language, or something like that.

TUESDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2018 - 17:30–19:30 - £10-30 FOR EACH SESSION


Following the success of our sold-out events last autumn at the Garden Museum, we are holding three Tuesday evening events focusing on Right of Way, Critical Infrastructure and The Taxonomy of Language. For this event series we are delighted that Landscape Learn will once again be hosted by the Garden Museum in the new Clore Learning Space.

Language is our complex system of communication, implied and explicit. We categorise, encode, and abbreviate in direct and ambiguous styles in a spectrum of forms that can inspire, inform, or confuse. Language is the foundation of the learning process. BOOK HERE