Joanna Zylinska: Minimal Ethics for the Anthropocene (2014)

7 October 2014, dusan

“This book was inspired by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens’ wonderfully provocative wedding to Lake Kallavesi at the ANTI Contemporary Art Festival in Kuopio, Finland, in September 2012.” (from Acknowledgments)

Minimal Ethics for the Anthropocene considers our human responsibility for the world, at a time when life finds itself under a unique threat. Its goal is to rethink “life” and what we can do with it, in whatever time we have left—as individuals and as a species. This speculative, poetic book also includes a photographic project by the author.” (from the back cover)

Publisher Open Humanities Press, September 2014
Critical Climate Change series
Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 License
ISBN 1607853299, 9781607853299
152 pages

Reviews: Jason Groves (Feedback, 2014), Marietta Radomska (philoSOPHIA, 2015), Andrew Pilsch (Enculturation, 2017).


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