Ken Unsworth’s importance to contemporary Australian installation, performance and sculpture is unequivocal. Ken Unsworth: a survey of projects 1975–1998 accompanied a major exhibition of the same name, held at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in 1998. Curated by Anthony Bond and Michael Wardell, this exhibition was a contemplative review of 13 years of Unsworth’s works, including several new pieces. Equally thoughtful, this publication, edited by Kate van den Boogert, features written contributions by curators and writers including René Block, Gregory Volk, Anna Johnson, Paul McGillick and Felicity Fenner. Following these are over 80 black-and-white plates spanning a lifetime of Unsworth’s installations, drawings, reliefs and performances, as well as his iconic site and stone works.