Art In The Anthropocene

Author: Etienne Turpin
ISBN: 9781785420054
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Taking as its premise that the proposed epoch of the Anthropocene is necessarily an aesthetic event, this collection explores the relationship between contemporary art and knowledge production in an era of ecological crisis.

Arts Of Living On A Damaged Planet

Author: Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing
ISBN: 9781517902377
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The essays are organized around two key figures that also serve as the publication's two openings: Ghosts, or landscapes haunted by the violences of modernity; and Monsters, or interspecies and intraspecies sociality.

Architecture In The Anthropocene

Author: Etienne Turpin
Publisher: Anexact
ISBN: 9781607853077
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Architecture in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Design, Deep Time, Science and Philosophy intensifies the potential of this multidisciplinary discourse by bringing together essays, conversations, and design proposals that respond to the ...

Animals In The Anthropocene

Author: Edited by the Human Animal Research Network Editorial Collective
Publisher: Sydney University Press
ISBN: 1743324391
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Animals in the Anthropocene: critical perspectives on non-human futures shows that assessing the effects of human activity on the planet requires more than just the quantification of ecological impacts towards the categorisation of ...

Adventures In The Anthropocene

Author: Gaia Vince
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448128021
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These stories show what the Anthropocene means for all of us – and they illuminate how we might engineer Earth for our future.

The Shock Of The Anthropocene

Author: Christophe Bonneuil
Publisher: Verso Books
ISBN: 1784780812
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Refuting the convenient view of a “human species” that upset the Earth system, unaware of what it was doing, this book proposes the first critical history of the Anthropocene, shaking up many accepted ideas: about our supposedly recent ...

Molecular Red

Author: Mckenzie Wark
Publisher: Verso Books
ISBN: 178168829X
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In Molecular Red, McKenzie Wark creates philosophical tools for the Anthropocene, our new planetary epoch, in which human and natural forces are so entwined that the future of one determines that of the other.

Critical Landscapes

Author: Emily Eliza Scott
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520961315
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This cross-disciplinary collection is destined to be an essential reference not only within the fields of art and art history, but also across those of cultural geography, architecture and urban planning, environmental history, and ...

Learning To Die In The Anthropocene

Author: Roy Scranton
Publisher: City Lights Publishers
ISBN: 087286670X
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Plato argued that to philosophize is to learn to die. If that’s true, says Scranton, then we have entered humanity’s most philosophical age--for this is precisely the problem of the Anthropocene.

After Nature

Author: Jedediah Purdy
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674368223
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The facts of the Anthropocene are scientific—emissions, pollens, extinctions—but its shape and meaning are questions for politics. Jedediah Purdy develops a politics for this post-natural world.