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Creator:
Tea (Art group)
Title:
Boat trip : nothing but flowers : an encounter with the Manchester Ship Canal / TEA.
Published/Created:
[Manchester, England] : TEA, 2004.
Physical Description:
64 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 DVD
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
N7433.4.T43 B63 2004
Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
"Boat trip: nothing but flowers is a City Mapping project. "City Mapping" is TEA's ongoing investigation into and representation of the rich complexity of the urban environment. Each project is both a physical and a reflexive process of engagement with a particular place."--Inside front cover.
"Artists investigate the margins of the Manchester Ship Canal between Mode Wheel Lock and the heart of two cities: an area rich in layered identities. An encounter at different distances constructed around a boat trip with added perspectives provided by the broad, distant view of a flight, the close inspection of a dive, activities on the ground, fact and fiction, memories and opinions ..."--Back cover.
"TEA is a group of visual artist (Peter Hatton, Val Murray, Lynn Pilling, John Biddulph) work work collaboratively."--Inside front cover.
Spiral bound.
Introductory essay by Jim Aulich. Essays by Phil Griffin and Melanie Johnston. Stories by boat passengers.
Artist's book yearbook 2006-2007, p. 172
Accompanied by a DVD.
Subject Terms:
Artists' books -- Great Britain.
Canals -- Great Britain -- Pictorial works.
Interactive art -- Great Britain.
Manchester Ship Canal -- Pictorial works.
Performance art -- Great Britain.
Tea (Art group)
Form/Genre:
Artists' books -- Great Britain.
Contributors:
Aulich, James.
Biddulph, Jon.
Griffin, Phil.
Hatton, Peter.
Johnston, Melanie.
Murray, Val.
Pilling, Lynn.
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