PALAIS #28: ON AIR
How to Entangle the Universe in a Spider Web

How to Entangle the Universe in a Spider Web

YEAR
2018
EDITOR
Akian Gráfica Editora
CONTRIBUTORS
Philip Ball, Félix Bruzzone, José Emilio Burucúa, Florencia Fernández Campón, Mauricio Corbalán, Carlos Gamerro, Alejandro Gangui, Diego Golombek, Laura Isola, Alex Jordan, Caroline A. Jones, Mylène Ferrand Lointier, Matthew Lutz, Derek McCormack, Victoria Noorthoorn, Pola Oloixarac, and Martín Ramírez
DESIGN
Eduardo Ray
PUBLISHER
Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires
ISBN
9789871358526
COUNTRY
Argentina
LANGUAGE
Spanish, English
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YEAR
2018
EDITOR
Tomás Saraceno
CONTRIBUTORS
Benjamin H. Bratton, Vinciane Despret, Anselm Franke, Stavros Katsanevas, Brandon LaBelle, Bruno Latour, Megan Prelinger, João Ribas, Tomás Saraceno, Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, Mark Wigley and Estelle Zhong Mengual
DESIGN
Helmo
ISBN
9782847111064
COUNTRY
France
LANGUAGE
French, English

To further explore the lines of thought woven throughout the exhibition ON AIR: Carte Blanche à Tomás Saraceno at the Palais de Tokyo in 2018, Tomás Saraceno stepped in as the editor-in-chief of issue 28 of PALAIS. Bringing together an extensive range of original contributions from philosophers, researchers, scientists, writers, curators, historians and theoreticians the publication explores the global challenges posed by the Anthropocene, a word coined to define an epoch in which human activity leaves an impact so great that it profoundly modifies terrestrial ecosystems.

Contributions by Benjamin H. Bratton, Vinciane Despret, Anselm Franke, Stavros Katsanevas, Brandon LaBelle, Bruno Latour, Megan Prelinger, João Ribas, Mark Wigley and Estelle Zhong Mengual; including an interview of Tomás Saraceno by Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, curator of the exhibition. Additionally featuring the voices of Albert-László Barabási, Robert Barry, Markus J. Buehler, Luca Cerizza, Tim Choy, Christina Dunbar-Hester, Sasha Engelmann, Milovan Farronato, David Haskell, Jens Hauser, Peggy S. M. Hill, Caroline A. Jones, Leila W. Kinney, Eben Kirksey, Jonathan M. Ledgard, Sofia Lemos, Michael Marder, Derek McCormack, Roland Mühlethaler, Jussi Parikka, Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Filipa Ramos, Nicholas Shapiro, Étienne Turpin and Philip Ursprung; as well as an extensive selection of images of Tomás Saraceno’s work.