Garden State - Corinne Silva

Forthcoming launch events:
+ 9th June from 6pm, The Photographer’s Gallery, London:
book signing followed by in conversation with Ffotogallery Director David Drake,

http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/corinne-silva-garden-state

+ 18 June, 2pm, The Mosaic Rooms, London:
book launch and in conversation with Middle Eastern plant expert Sabina Knees

http://mosaicrooms.org/event/garden-state-by-corinne-silva/

+ 12th June, 11.45am, Photobook Bristol: book signing. http://photobookbristol.com/

 

In this new monograph, artist Corinne Silva considers how gardening, like mapping, is a way of allocating territory. Between 2010 and 2013, Silva made a series of visits to Israeli occupied territories. She travelled across twenty-two Israeli settlements making photographs of public and private gardens. Silva presents this visually rich photographic journey and examines how the gardens in these occupied lands are both material and symbolic evidence of a continuing colonisation.

The publication also features a taxonomical table of colonising plants by Sabina Knees (Middle Eastern plant botanist at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh), an essay by Professor Val Williams (curator and Director of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre), and the artist in conversation with Professor Eyal Weizman (architect and Director of Forensic Architecture) reflecting on the work and the political relationship between gardens and colonisation that has existed from the eighteenth century to the present day.

 

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Garden State - Corinne Silva

Forthcoming launch events:
+ 9th June from 6pm, The Photographer’s Gallery, London:
book signing followed by in conversation with Ffotogallery Director David Drake,

http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/corinne-silva-garden-state

+ 18 June, 2pm, The Mosaic Rooms, London:
book launch and in conversation with Middle Eastern plant expert Sabina Knees

http://mosaicrooms.org/event/garden-state-by-corinne-silva/

+ 12th June, 11.45am, Photobook Bristol: book signing. http://photobookbristol.com/

 

In this new monograph, artist Corinne Silva considers how gardening, like mapping, is a way of allocating territory. Between 2010 and 2013, Silva made a series of visits to Israeli occupied territories. She travelled across twenty-two Israeli settlements making photographs of public and private gardens. Silva presents this visually rich photographic journey and examines how the gardens in these occupied lands are both material and symbolic evidence of a continuing colonisation.

The publication also features a taxonomical table of colonising plants by Sabina Knees (Middle Eastern plant botanist at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh), an essay by Professor Val Williams (curator and Director of the Photography and the Archive Research Centre), and the artist in conversation with Professor Eyal Weizman (architect and Director of Forensic Architecture) reflecting on the work and the political relationship between gardens and colonisation that has existed from the eighteenth century to the present day.