A rich compendium of text and images, Aerographies presents an alternative form of living, one that pays particular attention to the airborne and the more-than-human species we share the planet with. Published in conjunction with the exhibition at the Fosun Foundation in Shanghai, Aerographies relies on the notion that there is much to learn from the ocean of air of which we inhabit only a tiny fraction. Essays by Gonzalo Ortega and Philip Ursprung, including a conversation between Hans Ulrich-Obrist and Tomás Saraceno.
Tomás Saraceno: Aerographies
Publisher: China Science Literature Publishing House