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ABOUT TREES (2nd Edition)

ABOUT TREES (2nd Edition)

Katie Holten

Ida Bencke (Ed.)

New York–based Irish artist Katie Holten’s artist book About Trees is the first in BDP’s Parapoetic series exploring the Anthropocene—our current geologic epoch in which human activities significantly impact earth’s ecosystems.

AND/AS

AND/AS

Art and/as Research at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp

Els De bruyn & Johan Pas (Eds.)

In celebration of its rich history in the arts and design community, the 350-year-old Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp undertook assembling a five-year overview of its arts research programs.

ANOMALIES OF THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY

ANOMALIES OF THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY

Some Case Studies

Sven Johne & Sebastian Orlac

From Edward Snowden and Mark Zuckerberg to a 71-year old German pensioner, Rosa Wolf, along with many other known and unknown people, Anomalies captures the stories of winners, dropouts and outcasts in the early 21st century.

BLACK TRANSPARENCY

BLACK TRANSPARENCY

The Right to Know in the Age of Mass Surveillance

Metahaven

A Google executive once said: “If you want to liberate a society just give them the Internet.