"a thoughtful and very clever argument for a particular way of experiencing, and analysing history in landscape. Buy it." British Archaeology Sept/Oct 2009 "a provocative new book from English Heritage that sheds light on the impact of post-1945 social change on the everyday environment ... Sefryn Penrose and her contributors offer an alternative 'modern heritage' agenda.A" The Times "Images of Change is a wonderfully enjoyable, even an important, book." New Statesman "this valuable and thought-provoking book reveals the surprising beauty in the most unlikely places, such as shopping centres, service stations and motorways, and is a great antidote to architectural nostalgia." Sunday Telegraph "a provocative and discursive book ... It looks like a picture book but is far from bland." Journal of the Twentieth Century Society "Engagingly written, with a fresh design aesthetic and beautiful colour photographs, Images of Change manages to make the familiar strange and the strange familiar. Perhaps most importantly, this highly accessible volume amply demonstrates the seriousness of the contemporary archaeology project." Landscapes, Vol 9, No 2 (2008)
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About the Author
Sefryn Penrose is a Heritage Consultant with Atkins Heritage.