How does the economy speak to us? Does it speak through us?
This book brings together contributions from visual artists, writers and theorists to rethink the way that the language of economics and finance influences our thought and modes of expression. Through artistic contributions, image essays and texts this book aims to manifest, across both art and theory, a poetic counter-language.
“When this combination of subjects works at its best, it creates both better economists and more economically aware non-economists.” – Latest in Books, Financial Times
“Essential reading.” – Book Review, The Economist
Edited by Kris Dittel
With contributions by Mercedes Azpilicueta, Kris Dittel, Zachary Formwalt, Sara Giannini, Monique Hendriksen, Jan Hoeft, Sami Khatib, Hanne Lippard, Toril Johannessen, Robertas Narkus, Antonis Pittas, Nick Thurston and McKenzie Wark.
Graphic design: Rafaela Dražić
softcover, 230 x 160 mm, 160 pages
Published by Onomatopee