"The images in this book are part of a project documenting small rural communities (1,000 inhabitants or less) in the Canadian West. As demographic changes – ‘rural drain, urban claim’ – persist, many would argue that the rural is becoming a redundant sidepiece in a world that is increasingly concerned with the urban. The project investigates how rural communities in the Canadian West struggle to hold onto their heritage despite the diminishing vitality of these towns."
Texts by Kyler Zeleny, Ginger Strand and Craig Campbell.
112 pages - Softcover w/ partial DJ
The Velvet Cell, 2014 (500 copies)
New - Mint condition
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