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The artists in this volume interrogate the geographic implications of particular histories on specific spaces. From the intimate cartographies of a body to the imagined and constructed contours of the Black Atlantic; from the ecology of the North York Moors to the ruins of slave auction blocks, plantation fields, lynching trees and Underground Railroad routes in North America, to a magical realist vision of a river-bound voyage in Guyana.
ISBN 9780884541455. Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.
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The artists in this volume interrogate the geographic implications of particular histories on specific spaces. From the intimate cartographies of a body to the imagined and constructed contours of the Black Atlantic; from the ecology of the North York Moors to the ruins of slave auction blocks, plantation fields, lynching trees and Underground Railroad routes in North America, to a magical realist vision of a river-bound voyage in Guyana.
  • Publisher
    Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
  • Release
    November 2020
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    pb
  • Format
    108 pages. 17 colour ills. 14.6 x 22.2 cm
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