|Title of host publication||Connectedness: an Incomplete Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
Today we live in what geologists have named the Anthropocene. The Earth has entered a new geological epoch, and the climate crisis is a reality. The crisis is so substantial and complex that our existing knowledge is insufficient. Similarly, it does not seem sufficient to consider the Anthropocene from a single perspective or field.
Connectedness is a unique encyclopedia consisting of almost 100 diverse contributions from significant voices of our time, each reflecting on questions, phenomena, terms, possibilities and theories associated with the Anthropocene and with the human and environmental connectedness. From academic and scientific essays to manifests, poetry, visual arts, charts and photographs.
Among the contributors to the book is Bruno Latour, Donna Haraway, Peter Weibel, Greta Thunberg, Björk, Connie Hedegaard, Minik Rosing, Carsten Jensen, Josefine Klougart, SUPERFLEX, Tomás Saraceno, Bill McKibben and many more.