Book Review – “The Age of Earthquakes: A Guide to the Extreme Present” Shuman Basar, Douglas Coupland & Hans Ulrich Obrist (2015)

April 7th, 2016 § 2 comments

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Nah. This is not nearly as clever or ‘radical’ a book as it thinks it is. It took about 20 minutes to read, that’s about 45p a minute and I’ll never read it again. It’s no Ways of Seeing or The Medium is the Massage and the images aren’t even that interesting. Pretty disappointing really, should have just read it in the bookshop.

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§ 2 Responses to Book Review – “The Age of Earthquakes: A Guide to the Extreme Present” Shuman Basar, Douglas Coupland & Hans Ulrich Obrist (2015)"

  • Paul richardson says:

    I agree. Scanned over the book for free courtesy of the Internet . It attempts to pose questions and make answers in some sort of Freudian mind quest. Maybe they are making points to spark student debate. ?????

    A narcissistic view into the post apoplectic mind of the self professed .

    Shite.

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