Anthropocene - Alice Bartholomew

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Anthropocene - Alice Bartholomew

"‘Anthropocene’ is a beautifully illustrated narrative by artist Alice Bartholomew which explores the current geological period, a time in which human activities have permanently impacted the environment to establish a distinct, geographical change.

Volcanoes signify both the creation of Earth and its possible destruction. Anthropocene follows the aftermath of one particular explosion and tells an alternative narrative of human evolution. Inspired by the Greek philosopher Anaximander, this book explores the idea that humans evolved inside fish. Enclosed inside their bellies until the fish exploded, humans then left the sea and ventured upon the dry land.

Risograph printed at Duplikat Press"