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Textures of the Anthropocene: Grain, Vapor, Ray

The Anthropocene hypothesis regards humanity as a geological force, its activities effectively altering the Earth system's metabolic structures: sediments, currents, and rays are redistributed towards unknown configurations. The publication Textures of the Anthropocene: grain vapor ray engages with earthly conditions and human imagination in a discursive, transhistorical experiment. Departing from a corpus of historical documents spanning several centuries, scholars, theorists, scientists, and artists have been asked to grapple with the constantly shifting qualities of the particular, fleeting, and energetic, presenting new positions on the textures and forms that knowledge takes on within the Anthropocene.
Google-Books-ID: 9ZIAvgAACAAJ
2015
https://slsp-fhnw.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/41SLSP_FNW/dglg56/alma990102743630205518


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CallNumber
700.1 TEXT 1:2-4
DateAdded
2020-09-30T08:56:36Z
DateModified
2021-10-01T14:12:50Z
Handle
20.500.11806/med/4095
ISBN
978-3-95763-232-6
Key
WWQ8B92J
Language
en
LibraryCatalog
Google Books
NumPages
332
NumberOfVolumes
4
Publisher
MIT Press
ShortTitle
Textures of the Anthropocene