Podcast: Landscape Conversations

New podcast series made possible through the RMIT University School of Architecture and Design SRC fund, explores the diverse ways in which landscape is worked in, thought of and defined.

Presented and produced by Anton James and Matthew Kneale, The Landscape Conversations podcast series will explore the diverse ways in which landscape is worked in, thought of and defined. Landscape architects, scientists, artists, filmmakers and others who shape how we understand landscape discuss their work, their influences and their ideas about landscape in a series of informal interviews.

Join the highly regarded landscape architect Kathryn Gustafson for the first episode of Landscape Conversations. Kathryn has spent the last thirty years working on a diverse body of projects including The National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Lurie Garden at Millennium Park, Chicago, Westergasfabriek Park, Amsterdam and the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial in London.

Four conversations have been recorded with Australian and international guests and will be released throughout 2017

Listen to Landscape Conversations: Via iTunes or http://www.landscapeconversations.com/

Media contact: Anton James I landscapeconversations@gmail.com

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