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Crosscountry - Hornby Island to Kelowna, 2007

Photograph

C-print

21.50 x 21.50 in

54.6 x 54.6 cm

Edition of 30

This work is signed and numbered by the artist.

PRICE: $731
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    About The Work

    In this collector's edition for Hatje Cantz, duo Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller collaged twelve photographs taken in their native Canada to create a kind of visual travelogue akin to the aural "walks" for which they have become widely known. The photographic montage, which was created in an edition of 30, documents a journey to Hornby Island off the western coast of Canada.

     

    About Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller

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    • The quoted dimensions are for the paper size. The image size is 50 cm x 50 cm.
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