Nathan Coley: A Place Beyond Belief
Nathan Coley is interested in the idea of ‘public’ space, and his practice explores the ways in which architecture becomes invested – and reinvested with meaning. Across a range of media, Coley investigates what the built environment reveals about the people it surrounds and how the social and individual response to it is in turn culturally conditioned. With texts by Lisa le Feuvre and Brian Dillon, among others, this book presents the most extensive compilation of Coley’s work to date.
Hardback, 144 pages, 89 illustrations.
40 in stock