The New English Landscape: Ken Worpole in conversation with Rachel Lichtenstein

In his second collaboration with landscape photographer Jason Orton, Ken Worpole – ‘for many years one of the shrewdest and sharpest observers of the English social landscape’ (The Independent) – examines the shifting perspective of England’s landscape aesthetic in the latter half of the 20th century, away from the rural interior towards the more disrupted landscapes of East Anglia and the Thames estuary.

Listen to Ken Worpole in conversation about The New English Landscape (Field Station) and its implications for landscape architecture, topography and psychogeography with author Rachel Lichtenstein and chaired by Gareth Evans.

Rachel Lichtenstein and Ken Worpole will be in conversation again on 28 September to discuss Lichtenstein's latest book Estuary, an exploration of the Thames Estuary. Read more about this event.