Published May 18, 2007
by University of Pittsburgh Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Dianne Harris (Editor), D. Fairchild Ruggles (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Trevor Paglen: Sites Unseen is a mid-career survey, the first exhibition to present Paglen’s early photographic series alongside his recent sculptural objects and new work with AI. It carries on the long history of programs by the Smithsonian American Art Museum examining America’s changing relationship to the landscape. Sites Unseen: Traveling the World Without Sight View larger image. By: Wendy S. DavidAuthor: Wendy S. David. Excerpt: Book Three Recipes for Virtuous Comfort Food, From a Fave Restaurant of New York Creatives. Right now we're all cooking at home, and all we want is virtuous comfort food — exactly the kind of food that the New York restaurant Dimes is known for. Today we're sharing three recipes from its new book, Dimes Times, all of them warm and. Sites Unseen considers a variety of different perspectives, including ancient Roman visions of landscape, the framing techniques of a Moghul palace, and a contemporary case study of Christo's The Gates, as examples of human attempts to shape our sensory, cognitive, and emotional experiences in the landscape. Buy This Book in by: 9.