The relationship between language and landscape is complex. Language can both reveal and obscure its subject, and the landscape is unable to speak for itself. In this workshop we will explore the limits of language and meaning through ways in which we can pull language out of the landscape as well as push language into it. Operating at the intersection of land art and visual poetry, we will discover and create “asemic texts” in collaboration with each other and the land. The results of the workshop will be documented visually for online presentation.
Note: Dress for the weather as the workshop takes place outdoors. We will be walking over uneven terrain in the Warren area.