The book as a ruined space: palliative strategies in photographers’ publishing
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractRuined spaces of our recent past leave us with premature waste in a flux of unfinished disposal. Many photographer’s books are elegaic records of such derelict spaces, yet few break free from Western codex-form publishing protocols. With rigid sequencing, determined narrative and a tendency to over-classify, many publications of this type celebrate the inevitability of decline rather than re-imagine a more contingent future. Non-codex and hybrid book forms however, are untypical, yet provide a looser, free-form narrative and for the reader, this kind of book can be as much of a ruined space as the very site it’s aiming to depict.
CitationDaly, T. (2015, 6th Nov-11th Dec 2015). A Street Name Desired Car, Artist's book, Exhibited in In Place of Architecture, Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University.
DescriptionArtist's books and audio exposition presented at the In Place of Architecture symposium, Nottingham Trent University, 2015
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