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Making Space

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Product description

Making Space provides a unique record of the expansion and development of Islam in contemporary Ireland. Noel Bowler's photographs reveal the quiet transformation of residential, industrial and rural locations into spaces where Ireland's Muslim communities gather to pray. Making Space enriches our collective culture, gently persuading us to engage with these places and what happens, daily and weekly, in them. it is a timely counterpart to contemporary global culture's paranoia concerning the spread of Islam. With a subtle aesthetic, Bowler's images testify to the ways in which our everyday surroundings can provide the setting for spiritual experience. Published by the Gallery of Photography, Dublin, this 2011 first edition hardback book is brand new and is still in it's cellophane wrapper. It is ideal for anyone interested in photography, contemporary Ireland or religion, especially Islam.

Item details

Author(s):
Bowler, Noel
Condition:
New
Dimensions:
10 x 7 x 0.5in
Edition:
First edition
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Gallery of Photography, Dublin

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Making Space provides a unique record of the expansion and development of Islam in contemporary Ireland. Noel Bowler's photographs reveal the quiet transformation of residential, industrial and rural locations into spaces where Ireland's Muslim communities gather to pray. Making Space enriches our collective culture, gently persuading us to engage with these places and what happens, daily and weekly, in them. it is a timely counterpart to contemporary global culture's paranoia concerning the spread of Islam. With a subtle aesthetic, Bowler's images testify to the ways in which our everyday surroundings can provide the setting for spiritual experience. Published by the Gallery of Photography, Dublin, this 2011 first edition hardback book is brand new and is still in it's cellophane wrapper. It is ideal for anyone interested in photography, contemporary Ireland or religion, especially Islam.

Author(s):
Bowler, Noel
Condition:
New
Dimensions:
10 x 7 x 0.5in
Edition:
First edition
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Gallery of Photography, Dublin

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