Is there anything left to do? To say? To think about? Can we continue to believe that knowledge is enough to change our behavior and decisions? What is valuable enough for us, as humans, to face up to planetary emergencies?
This book explores the imaginary dimensions of the various crises of habitability that are shaping the era known as the “Anthropocene”. It proposes an aesthetic response to a moral question. Thinking about the Anthropocene from a moral perspective involves asking how our decisions are shaped and made, according to which scales of value we decide what counts and what will be interpreted as secondary, contextual or incidental.
The headlines are set in Plaax Sathonay LightB. Continuous text and footnotes use Thelo Text. The book has 116 pages and measures 9,5×15,7 cm. Printed by Ott in Wasselonne, France.