Enfleshed: Ecologies of Entities and Beings edited by Kristiina Koskentola and Marjolein van der Loo is now available from Onomatopee.
« The book Enfleshed: Ecologies of Entities and Beings, alongside the various iterations form a multivocal, collaborative project stemming from my long-term engagement with Northern China and in reflection to my film Flesh and Metal. Light and Oil (2020). The aim of the book and the project at large is to operate as both an incubator and generative ecology, and to explore embodied modes of knowledge production and collaboration, processes that are always interwoven with a multitude of entities and actors.
I am so inspired by and grateful to all involved. It has been absolutely wonderful to be able to bring Enfleshed: Ecologies of Entities and Beings to the world and gather with such a magnificent, dedicated group of practitioners; to make together this transdisciplinary journey that, embedded in and across geographies, ecologies and cosmological compositions, traverses Eurasia. » shares Kristiina Koskentola.
Enfleshed gathers contributions from 17 authors, artists, and practitioners from across Eurasia. The volume spans various philosophical, scientific, and literary traditions from environmentalism and decoloniality to shamanism and feminist Sci-Fi poetry.
With contributions by Zoénie Deng, Rick Dolphijn, Stephan Dudeck & Christian Vagt & Yuri Vella, Taru Elfving, Giovanna Esposito Yussif & David Muñoz Alcántara (NÆS-Nomad Agency/Archive of Emergent Studies), Fu Xiaodong, Han Xiaohan, Kristiina Koskentola, Marjolein van der Loo, Mi You, German Popov, Nikolay Smirnov, Bo Wang, and Müge Yilmaz.
Edited by Kristiina Koskentola and Marjolein van der Loo
Designed by Yannick Nuss.
Published by Onomatopee.
Onomatopee 241, Kristiina Koskentola, Marjolein van der Loo, 2023
Enfleshed: Ecologies of Entities and Beings, € 24
Learn more about the book and its editors in our previous article on Enfleshed.