[automatically translated] Neanderthal, revenant, wild boys. A bad book, full of bad stories, the ugly faces. An anti-Facebook not to tell the web-junk but to follow the ways karst imaginary contemporary. Why surround ourselves with "monsters" made us lose sight of the big picture, and why a conspiracy theory seasoned with a little 'philosophy can no longer suffice. In the plot it is always a matter of "them", but here the producers of images and visual traps are we, as users with collaborative agents, as seekers of free spaces to connive craftsmen antispazi. What is a antispazio? And if the Other's first invention was the invention of a Elsewhere, a virtual landscape where escape, where locking up the bad guys or delete them? And if the abnormal images that they produce a self-portrait in the negative to make us an individual and social facelift? And the animals, what of it? where are they? With this book you close the "Space Trilogy" which began with "Spaces States of America" and "Killing spaces." A breviary minimum iconic resistance to deconstruct the fabrications of mass and the feel-good rhetoric of certain counterculture fashion.
|Number of pages||148|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|