By mapping significant events which inform our relationship to the land, authority and sense of identity the land rights timeline is a working document which explores the relationship between citizens and our connection to land through the changing history of London. Our exhibition in 2016 will look at London from the Roman (55BC) invasion to the confirmation of the Magna Carta and the Charter of the Forest (1297AD).
Our events in 2017 will extend this timeline to explore the effect of these eroding land rights on contemporary London, Britain and beyond and will be acompanied by a series of discussions, debates and performances exploring the true heritage of our land rights.
Here is a link to the developing timeline which will be exibited in 2016 and 2017. If you wish to contribute, comment, please do not hesitate to contact us, here or at our Twitter account: #PutneyDebates