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    Publisher: Luath Press

    To Have and To Hold: Future of a Contested Landscape

    £15.00
    This collection of essays aims to open all possibilities for the restoration of St Peters Seminary, one of Scotland's most iconic modernist buildings, imagining it as a landscape within which new narratives can be woven.
    ISBN: 9781908373106
    AuthorGerrie Van Noord
    Pub Date01/08/2011
    BindingPaperback
    Pages123
    Availability: In Stock

    At the Venice Biennale, NVA art agency along with great minds from many different disciplines gathered together to discuss the fate of Scotland's iconic modernist building, St Peter's Seminary. Rather than providing a structured blue print for St Peter's, this collection of essays aims to open all possibilities, focusing not merely on preserving the building, but imagining it as a landscape within which new narratives can be woven.

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    At the Venice Biennale, NVA art agency along with great minds from many different disciplines gathered together to discuss the fate of Scotland's iconic modernist building, St Peter's Seminary. Rather than providing a structured blue print for St Peter's, this collection of essays aims to open all possibilities, focusing not merely on preserving the building, but imagining it as a landscape within which new narratives can be woven.