All events take place at 6 Burlington Gardens and are free with an exhibition ticket with no booking required.
Ackroyd & Harvey, Beuys' Acorns, 2007 onwards. Mixed media, Courtesy of the artists
These talks focus on the human interdependence with the natural world through the presence of trees.
Award-winning author Jay Griffiths joins Ackroyd & Harvey. Griffiths’s publications include Wild: An Elemental Journey, Pip Pip: A Sideways Look at Time, and Anarchipelago. “Like Henry David Thoreau, Jay Griffiths wants to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life….an immersionist… [her] research is impressive… [her] writing dexterous and lush… a passionate plea for the preservation of wilderness.” – The New York Times
45-minute introductory talks; free with an exhibition ticket.
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We invited exhibiting artists, art world luminaries and visitors to record their own 1-minute manifestos in response to the exhibition. This was the result