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Echo/City: An Urban Register

ISBN-10: 0863555748
ISBN-13: 9780863555749
Edition: N/A
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Description: This work features artists: Jeremy Till, Ian Anderson, Ruth Ben Tovim, Tim Etchells, Hugo Glendinning, Jim Prevett, Trish O'Shea, Martyn Ware, and, Sarah Wigglesworth. This publication accompanies Echo / City, the British Pavilion exhibition for the  More...

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List price: $9.92
Publisher: British
Pages: 1
Size: 4.91" wide x 7.09" long x 0.34" tall
Weight: 0.308

This work features artists: Jeremy Till, Ian Anderson, Ruth Ben Tovim, Tim Etchells, Hugo Glendinning, Jim Prevett, Trish O'Shea, Martyn Ware, and, Sarah Wigglesworth. This publication accompanies Echo / City, the British Pavilion exhibition for the 10th Venice Biennale of Architecture. Echo / City was commissioned by the British Council and conceived and designed by Jeremy Till, Professor of Architecture at Sheffield University, and presents Sheffield as an exemplar of post-industrial cities everywhere, using the city as a paradigm for discussion of their identity and renewal. Till explains: Sheffield acts as a vehicle to push around wider ideas about cities and their social dynamics. In this way, it is an echo of many cities, buffeted by the social and technological forces of modernity. The exhibition has Sheffield at its heart, but is about much more than Sheffield; it is about any city.

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