Disappearance of the body: An interview with Cécile Bourne Farrell
In this interview with curator Cécile Bourne Farrell, artist Jananne Al-Ani discusses her aerial films Shadow Sites I (2010) and Shadow Sites II (2011) and the representation of landscape, from the Middle East to the American south-west, in relation to Kitty Hauser’s book Shadow Sites: Photography, Archaeology, & the British Landscape 1927–1955 (2007) a study on the emergence of aerial archaeology and the role of the sun’s movement in materializing latent histories embedded in the landscape. A French translation of the interview first appeared in issue 59 of the journal Multitudes.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: London College of Communication
Publication date: 01 October 2016
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