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Lee Nading's trail of saced sites : journeys I and II, 1989-1990
Trail of sacred sites
Nading, Lee Vogler
Documenting the author's act of Primist Art as he traveled North America between 1989 and 1990 burying over 700 ceramic "Ecodice" tablets at various locations that he deemed sacred for their "historic, natural, or social significance." Ecodice is a term invented by the artist to describe the "spiritual covenant that underlies the environmental movement, the People of Nature!!!" Locations included power plants and toxic dumps, as well as places of environmental battles and inspirational vistas. The period documented began and ended at the Chicago Academy of Science.
1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations; 28 x 23 cm.
Black-and-whiteIllustrationsPhotographicText (layout feature)
Artists' books--United StatesTravel--United StatesEnvironmentalismEnvironmental justiceNature--Religious aspectsNature in art
artists' books (books)zines
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The original object was photographed with a NIKON D810 digital camera at 300 ppi as a camera raw file (NEF). The NEF file was then converted to the TIFF format in Adobe Photoshop.