Debatable Lands featured on Photograd

The Debatable Lands is featured on Photograd’s Photobook Spotlight this month. 

Lots of great books and zines to see at http://www.photograd.co.uk/spotlight

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A&E Books at Photomonth book fair

The Debatable Lands was with A&E books alongside works from Heather McDonough, Sacha Lehrfreund, Caroline Penn, Jenny Matthews, Mick Williamson and Rod Morris at this weekend’s Photomonth book fair at the Printspace Gallery in Dalston.

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Dinosaur Dust shortlisted for EPF16

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Zoe Childerley – Dinosaur Dust

Debatable Lands book launch

This is the culmination of my 6 month residency Visual Arts in Rural Communities, walking the Anglo-Scottish border and exploring communities of this contested region.

Photographic images on one side and a reproduction of hand-drawn map on the reverse. Limited edition of 150.

Each book is signed and comes with a hand-made wrap and a limited edition print of ‘No Fly Zone’ (see image of feathers in the landscape).

Special exhibition price of £29.95 until 15th October. Follow the link to order a copy.
http://varc.bigcartel.com/pr…/debatable-lands-zoe-childerley

Debatable Lands Exhibition Opening

As part of my residency at VARC in Northumberland, I have spent the past couple of months walking the length of the Scotland/England border. This follows a desire to explore areas of contested land. Along the way I have been photographing the distinctive landscape and features and talking to and photographing individuals who live and work on both sides of the line. I am using photography and drawing to map and tell stories of people and their relationship with place, past and present.

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Image credit: Neil Denham

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Image credit: Neil Denham

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Image credit: Neil Denham