Tuesday, 27 October 2009


Annabel Fraser

No Place (part 1)

The No Place books (2007) question whether narrative is essential to create a space that carries meaning. It is based on written observations of a street in London and aims to be as objective as possible. The works use the depth of the book to build up an ever-expanding picture of the space through words. The deliberate absence of narrative encourages the reader to naturally seek one out.

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