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Lecture: How Cognition Transforms Land into Landscape

From Mark Long, English: On Wednesday, October 8, writer, independent scholar, and poet William Fox will present “Terra Antarctica: The Art History of a Continent, or How Cognition Transforms Land into Landscape.” This slide presentation and talk will start at 7 p.m. in 110 Morrison Hall and will examine how human cognition transforms space into place in the world’s most otherworldly environment.

William Fox conducts fieldwork with artists and scientists in extreme environments. His nonfiction books include Terra Antarctica: Looking into the Emptiest Continent; In the Desert of Desire: Las Vegas and the Culture of Spectacle; and View Finder: Mark Klett, Photography, & the Reinvention of Landscape.

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