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Swandown. First Edition. Inscribed to conceptual artist Jeremy Deller, possibly by one of the authors, at Mayday 2014.

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Swandown by Andrew Kotting and Iain Sinclair. First Edition. Inscribed to conceptual artist Jeremy Deller, possibly by one of the authors, at Mayday 2014.

This book accompanies the 2012 BFI film which charted Andrew Kotting's decision to swim around the London Borough of Hackney, countering the faceless land-piracy of the Great Project, East London's Olympic makeover. With photography from Stephen Gill, capturing traces of estates and stadia that would eventually emerge from the wastelands of the Lower Lea Valley, and text by Iain Sinclair.

This book is in very good condition, with pages that are white, tight and unmarked. There are some light scratches to the front cover, and some slight discolouration on the front and back covers. There appear to be no hardcover copies of this book available online, and the dedication makes it something unique.

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Author(s):
Andrew Kotting, Iain Sinclair
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956873332
ISBN-13:
9780956873330
Publisher:
Badbloodandsibyl

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Swandown by Andrew Kotting and Iain Sinclair. First Edition. Inscribed to conceptual artist Jeremy Deller, possibly by one of the authors, at Mayday 2014.

This book accompanies the 2012 BFI film which charted Andrew Kotting's decision to swim around the London Borough of Hackney, countering the faceless land-piracy of the Great Project, East London's Olympic makeover. With photography from Stephen Gill, capturing traces of estates and stadia that would eventually emerge from the wastelands of the Lower Lea Valley, and text by Iain Sinclair.

This book is in very good condition, with pages that are white, tight and unmarked. There are some light scratches to the front cover, and some slight discolouration on the front and back covers. There appear to be no hardcover copies of this book available online, and the dedication makes it something unique.

Author(s):
Andrew Kotting, Iain Sinclair
Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956873332
ISBN-13:
9780956873330
Publisher:
Badbloodandsibyl

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