A Bird in the Hand / Why look at birds? (signed)

by Robert Zhao Renhui


Photographs: Robert Zhao Renhui

Text: Robert Zhao Renhui, Ding Li, Naoko Noguchi, Kimiya Yui

Publisher: Institute of Critical Zoologists

27 pages

Pictures: 26 colour illustrations

Year: 2010

Price: 15

Comments: 17 x 24 cm, softcover, english, including a poster

"The work to follow is an exploration of these complexities and reminds us that birds occupy a large and central part of that universe that human beings constantly carve out of nature." Ding Li

“In contemporary society birds are, perhaps, both the most watched and most eaten animal on our planet. They have become a focal point of debates about a 'proper' relationship between humankind and nature, and about definitions of humanity itself.” Naoko Noguchi

Against the very real environmental drama unfolding across the globe, multidisciplinary artist Renhui Zhao presents the exhibition A Bird in the Hand. The exhibition invites viewers to step into the The Institute of Critical Zoologists (ICZ), a multilayered conceit that operates across an array of levels.

"How do we celebrate 150 years of birdwatching?" Kimiya Yui


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A Bird in the Hand / Why look at birds? (signed)

by Robert Zhao Renhui


Photographs: Robert Zhao Renhui

Text: Robert Zhao Renhui, Ding Li, Naoko Noguchi, Kimiya Yui

Publisher: Institute of Critical Zoologists

27 pages

Pictures: 26 colour illustrations

Year: 2010

Price: 15

Comments: 17 x 24 cm, softcover, english, including a poster

"The work to follow is an exploration of these complexities and reminds us that birds occupy a large and central part of that universe that human beings constantly carve out of nature." Ding Li

“In contemporary society birds are, perhaps, both the most watched and most eaten animal on our planet. They have become a focal point of debates about a 'proper' relationship between humankind and nature, and about definitions of humanity itself.” Naoko Noguchi

Against the very real environmental drama unfolding across the globe, multidisciplinary artist Renhui Zhao presents the exhibition A Bird in the Hand. The exhibition invites viewers to step into the The Institute of Critical Zoologists (ICZ), a multilayered conceit that operates across an array of levels.

"How do we celebrate 150 years of birdwatching?" Kimiya Yui


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A Bird in the Hand / Why look at birds? (signed)

by Robert Zhao Renhui


Photographs: Robert Zhao Renhui

Text: Robert Zhao Renhui, Ding Li, Naoko Noguchi, Kimiya Yui

Publisher: Institute of Critical Zoologists

27 pages

Pictures: 26 colour illustrations

Year: 2010

Price: 15

Comments: 17 x 24 cm, softcover, english, including a poster

"The work to follow is an exploration of these complexities and reminds us that birds occupy a large and central part of that universe that human beings constantly carve out of nature." Ding Li

“In contemporary society birds are, perhaps, both the most watched and most eaten animal on our planet. They have become a focal point of debates about a 'proper' relationship between humankind and nature, and about definitions of humanity itself.” Naoko Noguchi

Against the very real environmental drama unfolding across the globe, multidisciplinary artist Renhui Zhao presents the exhibition A Bird in the Hand. The exhibition invites viewers to step into the The Institute of Critical Zoologists (ICZ), a multilayered conceit that operates across an array of levels.

"How do we celebrate 150 years of birdwatching?" Kimiya Yui


More books by Robert Zhao Renhui

more books tagged »birds« | >> see all

more books tagged »animals« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com