Un/Inhabited
  • Author : Jordan Abel
  • Release Date : 17 March 2015
  • Publisher : Talonbooks Limited
  • Genre : Art
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN 13 : 0889229228

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Book Description: Un/inhabited questions the use of politically or racially charged language in 91 pulp western novels found on Project Gutenberg. Using a range of techniques, Abel investigates the complex relationship between language and land, including the ways that use and ownership affect both. This art book presents Abelâe(tm)s practice for the first time in a visual art context.

Un Inhabited

Un Inhabited

Author : Jordan Abel
Publisher : Talonbooks Limited
Genre : Art
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Un/inhabited questions the use of politically or racially charged language in 91 pulp western novels found on Project Gutenberg. Using a range of techniques, Abel investigates the complex relationship between language and land, including the ways that use and ownership affect both. This art book presents Abelâe(tm)s ...

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