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ISBN: 9781904772682
Publisher: Black Dog Publishing London UK
Published: 15 January, 2009
Format: Paperback
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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Kate Whiteford

When artist Kate Whiteford first inscribed a leaping fish into Edinburgh's iconic Calton Hill in the 1980s, she set a precedent of site-specific work that she would build on throughout her artistic career. Whiteford's fascination with cultural layering alongside the elemental qualities of nature have led her to explore archaeology and aerial photography as a way of unearthing new meaning in a wide variety of landscapes. With essays by acclaimed art critic and former Turner Prize judge Richard Cork, prominent archaeologist Colin Renfrew and Kate Whiteford herself, this book traces a path between Whiteford's artistic motivations, and the rigorous working methods that have inspired and influenced aerial-photographic and archaeological practices.

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