Readings

Berger, John.  “Once in the Highlands”, John Berger from And Our Faces, My Heart, Brief as Photos

Berger, John.  “Here”, John Berger from And Our Faces, My Heart, Brief as Photos (p. 49 – 63)

Blakemore, John. Black and White Photography Workshop – Postvisualization: the Print (p. 84-107)

Ctein, Post Exposure: Special Concerns of Variable Contrast Paper Users (p. 139 – 144)

Gandy, Matthew. “Landscapes of Deliquescence in Michelangelo Antonioni’s “Red Desert””, from Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series, Vol. 28, No. 2 (Jun., 2003), pp. 218-237, Matthew Gandy

Irwin, Robert. “The Desert”, Robert Irwin in conversation with Lawrence Weschler, from Seeing is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees, Lawrence Weschler with Robert Irwin

Jurovics, Toby. “Framing the West: The survey photographs of T H O’Sullivan”, from Framing the West: The survey photographs of T H O’Sullivan, by Jurovics, Johnson, Willumson and Stapp

Guston, Philip / Bucklow, Chris. “Epilogue”, from What is in the Dwat: the universe of Guston’s final decade, Chris Bucklow.

Hoover, Thomas. “Zen and the Landscape Garden”, from Zen Culture, Thomas Hoover

Kiefer, Anselm. address, Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, 2008

Obrist, Hans Ulrich. “The Land”: Rikrit Tiravanija, 2003 from Docments of Contemporary Art: Utopia, ed/ Richard Noble

Scott, James C. “State Space: zones of governance and appropriation”, from The Art of Not Being Governed: an anarchist history of upland Southeast Asia, James C. Scott

Vollman, William T. “Under the Road”, from Poor people, William T Vollman, p. 237-254

Mike Ware, The Technical History and Chemistry of Platinum and Palladium Printing
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Wells, Liz. “Thinking About Photography”, from Photography: A critical introduction, Liz Wells (ed).

Wells, Liz. “Landscape: time, space, place, aesthetics”, from Land Matters: landscape photography, culture and identity, Liz Wells.

Wells, Liz. “Sense of Location: topography, journey, memory”, from Land Matters: landscape photography, culture and identity, Liz Wells.