- 208 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 25 cm.
- Additional Authors
- Kristensen, Annika,Mylecharane, Paul,Rule, Dan,Thornton, Sue.
- "Archival photographs of the Birrarung (Yarra River) sourced from State Library Victoria, Museums Victoria and Melbourne Water collections. Photographs of Yarra River sites and neon sculptural works at historic points of intervention. Essay. Site-specific works on paper at points of river intervention, processed though reconfigured scanner as site actions. Floodplain, the new book by Melbourne-based artist James Geurts, not only traces the photographic history of Melbourne's iconic river - its floods, infrastructure and geographical significance - but expands on the cultural and environmental implications of our acts of intervention. Published to coincide with Geurts' exhibition of the same title at the National Gallery of Victoria, Floodplain forms a wider treatise about the mythology of the flood and the fallacies of environmental colonialism." -Publisher's website."This publication was made possible with the support of Melbourne Water ... [and] is supported by Australia Council for the Arts, National Gallery of Victoria, Georges Mora Foundation, State Library Victoria, Heide Museum of Modern Art, c3 Contemporary Art Space, Abbotsford Convent, Wurundjeri Land Council, Herring Island Environmental Sculpture Park, Scienceworks Museums Victoria, Upper Yarra Arts Centre, Parks Victoria, the Yarra River Keeper Association and the Port of Melbourne." -pages 206-207.(A)First edition of 600.Project Coordinator: Sue Thornton ; Editor: Dan Rule ; Design: Paul Mylecharane, Public Office ; Text: Annika Kristensen ; Editorial Assistance: Justine Ellis and Nadiah Abdulrahim.