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Critical Day Trips: Tourism and Land-Based Practice

Sarah Kanouse, “Critical Day Trips: Tourism and Land-Based Practice,” in Critical Landscapes: Art, Space, Politics, Emily Eliza Scott and Kirsten Swenson, eds. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2015), 43-56.

"This is the book I've been waiting for. Scott and Swenson bring together a vast variety of projects from all over the globe, providing a . . . brilliant examination of the social spaces into which artists have been inserting themselves for decades." -- Lucy R. Lippard

"How might art and other critical spatial practices stir our sensitivities to human-nature entanglements and imaginaries, thereby opening the way for new modes of response and engagement, new forms of making and marking, new sets of relationsh, and new ways of being?" -- Scott & Swenson, Introduction

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