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Ajawaan (framed) - Fulton, Hamish

Artist
Hamish Fulton
Date
1996
Publisher
Optica
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
0-9680629
Size
20 × 20 × 0.5 cm
Length
Description

An account produced by Fulton of one of his walks. This one specifically an eight day wandering walk in central Saskatchewan, where he travelled by way of Lake Ajawaan on the night of the August full moon lightning storm. A fold-out photo work, duotone with text overlay.

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