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Urban Fauna Information Station - Flock Gaggle Herd (Burns/Gould/Vatnsdal)

Artists
Bill Burns, Trevor Gould, and Mark Vatnsdal
Date
2003
Publisher
Mercer Union
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
0-921427-62-4
Size
15.5 × 15.5 × 0.7 cm
Length
64 
Description

This artists’ book has been produced by Bill Burns, Trevor Gould and Mark Vatnsdal, members of the Flock Gaggle Heard collective based in Montreal and Toronto, co-published with Mercer Union, Toronto. The book presents the collective’s pseudo-scientific explorations of the conditions faced by local animal life in urban settings. Their adventure is conveyed through many full-page colour photographs and details from watercolours.

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