Conversations After Dark

Notes

This publication responds to and takes its name from a tour of the Cambridge night devised by artists Townley and Bradby. The tour took in places, ideas and patterns of nocturnal behaviour within Cambridge city centre. It was part of Nightjar curated by Jo Mardell, a series of temporary artworks and encounters between dusk and dawn in October 2009.works and encounters between dusk and dawn in October 2009.

Artist / Author Townley and Bradby, James Wilkes
Publisher Sideline Publications
ISBN 9780954129248
Reference P1514
Date 1970
Type Publication

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