This publication is dedicated to the film work Towards No Earthly Pole (2019) and the exhibitions of the same name at the Aargauer Kunsthaus (2020), Aarau, MASI Lugano (2019/20) and the Dallas Museum of Art (2021) by the French-Swiss artist Julian Charrière and places them in context with essays by leading scholars from the disciplines of philosophy, film studies, polar research and art history.
With contributions from: Francesca Benini, Amanda Boetzkes, Katherine Brodbeck, Dehlia Hannah, Scott MacKenzie & Anna Westerstahl Stenport, Shane McCorristine, Nadim Samman and Katrin Weilenmann, as well as a discussion between the artist and Prof. Dr. Konrad Steffen, former Professor of Climate and Cryosphere at ETH Zurich and EPFL.
Edited Dehlia Hannah, 2020
Hardcover approx. 296 pages
Publisher: Mousse Publishing, Milan, 2020.
Language: German / English
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