Genda 0: Landscape As Abandon
‘GENDA’ intersects the cultures of West and East with two sets of editorial staff – one in Italy and one in China – who identify a common theme that is then elaborated through the misunderstandings and complexities at the root of every concrete exchange. Applying an interdisciplinary approach, seeking to trigger new questions, it gathers accidental, compressed, distant yet similar material. This first issue is dedicated to the concept of landscape as abandon – what remains at the end of a road, the moment a path is interrupted, or when action leads to impasse. With contributions by Jeff Wall, Bas Princen, Volker Heinze, Fan Shi San, Ni Weihua, Zhang Kechun, and many more. Published by A+M.
136 pages, 17 x 21 cm, paperback, A+M Bookstore (Milano).