Connectedness: an incomplete encyclopedia of anthropocene (2nd edition)

views, thoughts, considerations, insights, images, notes & remarks

$80.00

Surveying humanity’s impact on the planet, with contributions from Donna Haraway, Bill McKibben, Greta Thunberg, Bruno Latour, Alice Waters and others

This book is not yet published, but will be available from November 2021.

ISBN: 9788794102308 Category:

Marianne Krogh

Description

This timely book, in the form of an encyclopedia, considers the totality of issues surrounding the Anthropocene, that geologic era characterized by humanity’s vast impact on the Earth.

Connectedness acknowledges the incomplete nature of its project seeing as how this riotous era is not yet finished. With contributions by Greta Thunberg, Bill McKibben, Alice Waters, Tomás Saraceno, Björk and many others, this publication consists of approximately 100 entries, arranged alphabetically, each reflecting on questions, phenomena, terms, possibilities and theories associated with the Anthropocene. Examples of entries include Air, Borders and Coexistence, as well as more complex subjects such as Donna Haraway on the Chthulucene or Anders Blok on Climate Risk Communities. The content ranges from scientific to cultural-theoretical and artistic contributions featuring a wide span of scholars, philosophers, anthropologists, scientists, authors, artists and others. The book accompanies the exhibition at the Danish Pavilion at the 2020 Venice Architectural Biennale.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 17 x 24.7 cm
Publisher name Thames and Hudson Ltd
Publication date 20 November 2021
Number of pages 304
Format Hardback
Dimensions 17 x 24.7 cm
Weight 300 g

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Marianne Krogh is a Danish curator, editor and art historian. She holds a PhD from Aarhus School of Architecture, and is the curator of the Danish submission at the 17th International Architecture Biennale in Venice 2020