3º of Separation: Site & Context; Materiality; Time

Notes

Three limited edition booklets documenting the project involving a series of three one-day discussion events, with each event having a different emphasis, based on commonalities identified within the artists' work. Includes three commissioned texts and information on all artists involved. 

Artist / Author Ruth Barker, Martin Herbert and Stephen Feeke
Publisher Turning Point North
Reference P2635
Date 2011
Type Publication

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