Survival Programmes in Britain's Inner Cities.
Photographs and Text by Exit Photography Group: Nicholas Battye, Chris Steele-Perkins, and Paul Trevor.
The Open University Press, Milton Keynes, English, 1982. In Great Britain. 224 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 10¼x8¼".
"Survival Programmes presents simply and vividly the existing situation in Britain's inner cities. It documents the scale and complexity of inner city deprivation--and the different responses to it--in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Glascow, and Belfast. The experience is communicated in the form of photographic and verbal record. The photographs provide a narrative sequence and can be read independently of the text, which is from tape-recordings of people speaking from their own experience. The two narratives develop independently yet in parallel. The unfolding relationship of image and text is complex, uneven, revealing and open to many different interpretations."--the publisher.
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