Sensitive sites, sensitive solutions

Hourahane, Shelagh
March 2004
Interpretation Journal;Mar2004, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p8
Explains some of the problems and possibilities involved in the use of artwork for the interpretation of important nature conservation sites in Great Britain. Narration of a story that can explain the conflict that arises between the way that an artist works and the underlying importance of a natural site; Belief that artworks are a valuable tool for site interpretation; Importance of breaking down barriers between people with a different interest or stake in the site.


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