Amelia Groom (Author)
DescriptionMarsh Ruins (1981) is an environmental sculpture by the African American artist Beverly Buchanan. Located in in the marshlands in Brunswick, on the coast of Georgia, the work consists of three solid mounds of rock, accompanied by a roughly modelled plaque bearing the artist's signature. Marsh Ruins is designed to blend in with its surroundings, conditioned by environmental forces--to exist in a state of ongoing ruination. This volume in Afterall's One Work series offers a detailed, generously illustrated examination of Marsh Ruins.
2 February 2021
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