London (Großbritannien): Tate Publishing, 2002
(Buch) 146 S., 29,7x23,5 cm, ISBN/ISSN 1854374117
Techn. Angaben Broschur, Softcover
ZusatzInformation Publikation anlässlich der Ausstellung vom 14.03-04.06.2002 Tate Britain, London. Since the early 1970s Hamish Fulton (born 1946) has been labelled as a sculptor, photographer, Conceptual artist and Land artist. Fulton, however, characterises himself as a 'walking artist'. In 1973, having walked 1,022 miles in 47 days from Duncansby Head (near John O'Groats) to Lands End, Fulton decided to 'only make art resulting from the experience of individual walks.' Since then the act of walking has remained central to Fulton's practice. He has stated 'If I do not walk, I cannot make a work of art' and has summed up this way of thinking in the simple statement of intent: 'no walk, no work'. Although only Fulton experiences the walk itself, the texts and photographs he presents in exhibitions and books allow us to engage with his experience.
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Stichwort 1970er / 1980er / Baum / Berg / England / Fotografie / Gehen / Grenze / Holz / Meer / Natur / Stein / Typografie / Wanderung
TitelNummer 026080727 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)