What is the relationship between landscapes and creativity? Do some landscapes afford more creative potential? Do some landscape characters (e.g. upland, coastal, woodland) inspire and provoke greater creative responses? Do some landscapes have more components (material, emotional, spiritual, historical, ecological etc) and complexity which can be drawn upon? Is it the person, the intention, the practice brought to the landscape which catalyses creativity? Is it a complex relationship, a conversation, between a person and a landscape which co-produces? Does landscape based creativity capture a fleeting memory of the past, or a glimpse of possible futures? Is experiencing, dwelling within a landscape, always a creative process: an entanglement, a negotiation, an innate ability to express ourselves in a myriad of different ways?
What landscapes inspire a creative response in you?