Main : arts, community arts, land, non-fiction
210 x 150 mm
Carmen Grostal (Curator) (ed.)
Art that inhabits its ambiguity is simultaneously a political stance and an artistic attitude. —Paul Carter Bringing together eight major and emerging artists as well as philosophers, writers and environmentalists, this book focuses on the essential connection and reciprocal relations between culture and the land. These essays were originally presented as part of ‘The Lie of the Land’ Forum. Contributors include: Paul Carter, Larry Walsh, Freya Mathews, Greg Burgess, John Wolseley, Chi Vu, Ros Bandt and Nikos Papastergiadis. With full colour reproductions.
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