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The Inventors of Tradition II book

Atelier E.B and Panel’s first book The Inventors of Tradition (2011) mapped out connections across design, industry, fashion and fine art, uncovering linked aspects of Scotland’s unique heritage in textile making. With The Inventors of Tradition II, they expand their exploration to encompass Scotland’s recent cultural past, making new connection that brings together art, architecture, design and sub-cultural identities, to examine how style can function as part of a broader discourse.
Through this publication, Atelier E.B and Panel further explore the ideas presented within the collection, exhibition and events programme of the same name, which took place across Glasgow in 2015.

Edited by Catriona Duffy & Lucy McEachan (Panel). Texts by Michael Bracewell, Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, Fiona Jardine, Juliet Kinchin, Mason Leaver-Yap, Mairi MacKenzie, Ray McKenzie, Bernie Reid, Rebecca Wober and Linsey Young and interviews with Jill Bryson, Eric Michael and Ellen van Schuylenburch.

Published by Koenig Books, 2016
Softcover with PVC dust jacket and paper
240 pages
ISBN: 978-3-96098-002-5

Price: £38.00 + P&P

Size: 24 × 32cm

Photo credits: Eileen Quinlan, Markus Proschek