Taking Shelter presents projects and interventions that examine the human desire for appropriate shelter as a place of ownership, a place to call one’s own. The works in this book demonstrate how community, government, economics, and politics are interwoven with and sometimes inextricably linked to the dreams and expectations of having a personal place where one can take shelter.
Eric Araujo, Jonathan Calm, Anthony Hernandez, Patrick Killoran, McCallum & Tarry, Jackie Sumell and Herman Wallace
Published by Bureau for Open Culture, 2008
Designed by Nate Padavick
8.25 x 5 inches
out of print
Curated by James Voorhies
Made possible with funding from Columbus College of Art & Design