Jo Spence (now deceased) and Terry Dennett's joint project 'Industrialization', from the series 'Remodelling Photo History" (please inquire) was included prominently in the last Documenta 12 in Kassel 2007 and which appeared in many publications - explores the relationship between the human body and the industrialized landscape and it's innocent conjugate in a singular and powerful statement about and againt the effects of the mechanization of society. While this work was created/published at the beginning of the 1980s, it is all the more prescient and important to see now.
This series is available in a small original edition from the artist at A2 size (approx.23.5"x16.5" there are a total of 22 prints available) and 50"x40" (8 prints available). Preference will be given to buyers wanting (matched) pairs of prints. The only extant collected prints from this series is in the collection of the V&A (Victoria and Albert) Museum in London. While preference will be given to museums at their discretion, we will take names on a 'waiting list' basis for purchase by individual collectors. Full provenance / stamped and signed documents from artist will be provided with prints.
Published Books featuring these works:
3. Charles Hagen, Photography View: Turning the Lens Inward, The New York Times, Sept.22, 1991(Arts)
4. Mark Wheeler, Photography, Phantasy & FinePrint Encounters (an Exploration of Making and Viewing),University of Derby Workshop Reader, 2004
5. Gill Saunders, "Nature Versus Culture" in The Nude: A New Perspective, pp. 91-115. Cambridge: Harper & Row, 1989
6. John A Walker, Art in The age of Mass Media, pp.149-150. Pluto Press, 1994