|Etat du livre||Neuf|
|Dimensions||26 × 20 cm|
|Nombre de pages||52 pages|
Co-edité avec la Archive of Modern Conflict.
« Stephen Gills photographs are devoid of sentiment or affectation rather than showing the pigeon in our world, they take us into theirs. The lens noses in under bridges, squeezes through cracks and scopes out crannies. These are images that bestow on the despised flying rats that oft-trumpeted but seldom realised attribution: their dignity: here are pigeons making their lives in a natural landscape, for, whatever else humans may be, we are animals too, and as such our buildings are analogous to the earthworks of termites, and our bridges to the dams of beavers. » Will Self (introduction extract)
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