In November 2021 we were delighted to launch the second in the series from our venture into full length books.
SURVEYING THE ANTHROPOCENE: Environment and Photography Now
Edited by Patricia Macdonald.
On Thursday 20th January @ 5.45pm we are delighted to have Patricia Macdonald give a talk and presentation about the book and the process of pulling it all together. And we'd love for you to come along.
The event is free but you do have to register so we can send you a Zoom link.
To sign up for it, click the button below for more details.
About the guest speaker:
Patricia Macdonald has a lifetime’s experience and expertise that crosses over between the fields of biological science; cultural landscape; academic research and teaching; museum, gallery, government, and NGO management and consultancy; and fine-art practice as an eminent environmental artist-photographer, specializing in aerial imagery. Her award-winning aerial work, which is published, exhibited, commissioned, and held in public and private collections internationally, is made in collaboration, through the Aerographica Partnership, with Angus Macdonald, Professor Emeritus at Edinburgh College of Art/the University of Edinburgh, where Patricia Macdonald is also an Honorary Fellow.
About the book:
Surveying the Anthropocene presents a range of approaches to image-making concerning the environment by some of the best artist-photographers working worldwide, alongside texts by some of the most illuminating writers on environmental questions, at a pivotal moment in the human relationship with the planet. A thought-provoking combination of visually powerful imagery and comment.