As his Tate Exchange project draws to a close Rob St John is joined by fellow artist and cultural geographer Amy Cutler to reflect upon Emergent Landscapes and discuss the evolution of this public and participatory installation in the coming weeks, months and even years.
Amy Cutler is a writer, curator, artist, and currently the Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in GeoHumanities at Royal Holloway, University of London. She holds a PhD from the Social and Cultural Geography of Royal Holloway as part of the Landscape Surgery research group. She founded the cultural geography themed cinema PASSENGERFILMS, and has twice in a row received the national award from the British Federation of Film Societies for her film programming alongside talks on academic research. In June 2013 she curated the exhibition Time, the deer, is in the wood of Hallaig, on forests, history, social memory, and environmental memory.