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Future Rural Archive

Margo Handwerker, Josh Garret-Davis, Chris Sauter, Richard Saxton [red.]

€18.95

Future Rural Archive

Margo Handwerker, Josh Garret-Davis, Chris Sauter, Richard Saxton [red.]

€18.95

Kunst / Bookazines / serie / Nieuwe titels / Speciale edities & multiples

ISBN

978-94-90322-94-6

Grafisch vormgeving

Peter de Kan

Aantal pagina's

252

Formaat

11 x 18 cm

Bindwijze

softcover

Engels

Verschijningsdatum: Voorjaar 2018

Future Rural Archive is het vierde deel van de Last Chance Series. Uitgegeven in samenwerking met M12 Collective en de Last Chance Press.

Door middel van interdisciplinaire benaderingen verkent en verbindt deze serie de veranderende realiteiten van landelijke landschappen en gemeenschappen over de hele wereld.

'Tucked inside the covers of this slim volume is a conversation&mdasha chorus, a round. It takes place between the contributions, across a territory of blacktop, botany, and biography. It is as much a call and response between the writers and you, dear reader, as it is between what lays before us on that open road and what lies behind in the dust. In these pages we find ourselves caught between the ambiguous future of the title and&mdashnot the past&mdashthe artifacts of memory. This is the indefinite space of the future, the rural, and the archive. Roadside memorials and county museums, harvesters and snow fences are mnemonic devices that rather than point us to some fixed point in time, allow us to drift across an atemporal field.' - Mimi Zeiger, Los Angeles– criticus en and curator

Met bijdragen van: Anna Bierbrauer is a graduate landscape architect, historian, and artist based in Minneapolis. She is a founding member of Floodplain Collective. Sarah Schultz is a curator, writer, and gardener living in New York City. Greg Hill lives, writes, and makes odd music on the Colorado High Plains. Azadeh Bolhari is a professor of engineering at Angelo State University in Texas. Claire Baker is an environmental scientist based in Denver. Marty Otañez is a cultural anthropologist and filmmaker, and a professor at the University of Colorado, Denver. Susan Eldringhoff is a resident of Deer Trail, Colorado, where she is a steward of the Deer Trail Museum. Erin Harper is a film writer, director, and producer based in New York. Wes Janz is a former professor of architecture at Ball State University in Indiana, and the founder of onesmallproject.