From his studio in Köln, Jeffrey Ladd takes us on a detailed tour of his wide-ranging, indiosyncratic, and constantly surprising book collection, discussing inventive use of images in punk posters, eccentric advertising materials, photobooks, and beyond.
Running time approx 40 mins.
Thursday 7 October
18:00 BST London
13:00 EDT New York
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About A Field Measure Survey of American Architecture by Jeffrey Ladd
Drawing from the nearly half a million photographs and documents comprising the Historic American Buildings Survey held in the US Library of Congress, this book constructs a fictional ‘one-way road trip’ across the United States, weaving north and south across the Mason-Dixon line while tacking west. In A Field Measure Survey of American Architecture, Jeffrey Ladd uses the HABS archive as a surrogate in order to manifest a portrait of his former country at a moment when its democracy seems imperiled.
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