80 pages - Hardcover
Art and Research Publishing, 2017
Format : 15.5 x 24 cm
New - Mint condition
"Far from being merely retrospective or confined to the pilgrimage, the author's approach invites us to reflect on the action of man on nature by giving us to see a real landscape of the Anthropocene. The purpose of the term is to consider the human species as a full-fledged geological force whose action since the rise of the thermo-industrial civilization has brought the Earth into a new era.
This is to go beyond the debate on the merits of this interference to take note and learn to look at today's ordinary landscapes of our mountains "
Texts by Raphaële Bertho and Guillaume Bonnel in French only.
This books received the support of "Centre d'Art Image / Imatge" in Orthez, France.
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