Kerb 28: Decentre: Designing For Coexistence In A Time Of Crisis
The events of 2020 provided the thematic framing for this issue, which endeavours to trace connectivity between them, from the global pandemic and catastrophic wildfires, to systemic racial inequality and geopolitical unrest. The issue takes up the challenge of the Anthropocene through analysing modes of human agency, forcing us to consider deep geological timescales, our co-dependence on non-humans, and the multifaceted system of socio-ecological violence called colonialism. A wide spectrum of contributors offer perspectives on these shifts, among them Monica Hutton, Edward Burtynsky, Michael Geffel, Terike Haapoja, Gina Athena Ulysse, and many more.
|128 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 30 cm, pb, English