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Publisher: Castlefield Gallery
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: W100, W215, W130
Castlefield Publications. Concept, editing and design by Laura White and Graphic Design Studio HIT.\ud \ud Distributor: Corner House Publications, Manchester.\ud \ud The Sculptural Language of images investigated through the work of Laura White and text by Lisa Le Feuvre, Andrew Renton and Laura U Marks. Ideas are explored around the physical relationship to images, where image and object are dissolved into one another in creating a haptic experience. The documentation of White’s practice and the stuff of images, is embedded within the book and its production.\ud \ud Lisa Le Feuvre - Head of Sculpture studies at the Henry Moore Institute. Independent curator (co curator British Art show 7)\ud \ud Andrew Renton – Reader in Art, Goldsmiths College and Director of Marlborough Contemporary.\ud \ud Laura U Marks – Writer and Professor of Art at Dena Wosk University and Culture Studies, School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University.\ud \ud Book Launched at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, November 2008 and CARTER Presents, London, February 2009 alongside solo exhibition: 
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