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New Social Justice book includes 'LANDED (Freeman's Wood) Project

Author: 
Chris Satori

"Landed" in a book

A new book includes a chapter on StoreyG2’s “LANDED (Freeman's Wood)” project. 

The book, entitled "Contested Property Claims : What Disagreement Tell Us about Ownership", is published by Routledge as part of a series on Social Justice.

Chapter 5, entitled: "LANDED (Freeman’s Wood) - An exploration of landownership through contemporary art", was written by John Angus.  The text can be read here.

In “LANDED (Freeman’s Wood)”, StoreyG2 commissioned artists to create artworks exploring landownership, with a focus on a contested site on the edge of the city of Lancaster. You can explore the project on their website at http://www.storeyg2.org.uk/landed/

The exhibition “CONDUCT”, which includes displays on both of StoreyG2's "LANDED" projects, continues until 23 March 2018 at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University.

 

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