Studio Nathan Coley

Monograph 2014

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Monograph published by Hatje Cantz, Berlin
144 pp., 89 ills.
20.00 x 28.00 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-3675-6


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Main essay by Lisa Le Feuvre. Additional texts by Celia Davies, Brian Dillon, Tom Hunt, Tanja Karreman, Caroline Käding, Rory Mitchell and Andrea Schlieker

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Nathan Coley

Monograph, published by Hatje Cantz

The first substantial monograph on the artists work, covering the last ten years

Nathan Coley (*1967 in Glasgow) is interested in the idea of “public” space, and his practice explores the ways in which architecture becomes invested—and reinvested—with meaning. Across a range of media…

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Lisa Le Feuvre

When is belief needed? On a very general level, it seems to be required most when doubt is at its strongest. Every person can cite their own examples, every fiction uses oscillation between doubt and belief to drive narrative tension, and all holders of power, whether individual or…