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Passages of Stillness: The Ethics of Landscape and Remembering in Shaun Gladwell’s 1000 Horses

Renton, Andrew. 2019. Passages of Stillness: The Ethics of Landscape and Remembering in Shaun Gladwell’s 1000 Horses. di'van: a journal of accounts(6), pp. 62-87. ISSN 2207-1563 [Article]

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Shaun Gladwell’s video work 1000 Horses seeks out forms and sites of remembrance that are, by definition, consistently elusive. It marks a series of absences and a history of movements as a critical and yet open engagement with place and past. Commissioned to coincide with the centenary of the Battle of Beersheba in Palestine during World War I,2 it revisits the landscape as a means of contemplating the continued consequences of this formative moment in shaping a Middle East, which resonates still today.

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July 2019Published

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20 Nov 2019 13:50

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20 Nov 2019 13:57

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http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/27612

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