Cabinet 30: The Underground

By: Zolghadr, Tirdad; Cheng, Irene; Foer, Joshua

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Site of hidden infrastructure, source of material and energy, home to clandestine activity, buried landscape of darkness and silence: the physical and emotional space of the underground is at once prosaic and uncanny, rich with both functional potential and metaphorical meaning. "Cabinet" issue 30, with its special section on The Underground, features Irene Cheng on Thomas W. Knox's 1876 book "Underground, or Life Below the Surface" and the vogue for underground tourism; an interview with Michel Siffre, a scientist who spent six months isolated in utter darkness in a cave; Jeffrey Kastner on the metaphor of the mole in revolutionary texts; and essays on the evolution of the mining industry, subterranean storage and political resistance movements. Elsewhere in the issue: Christopher Turner on the history of Day-glo; Christine Wertheim on the fabricated Australian Modernist poet Ern Malley; Tirdad Zolghadr on in-flight magazines; and Moyra Davey on the color maroon. This issue also features artist projects by Josiah McElheny and San Keller.

Title: Cabinet 30: The Underground

Author Name: Zolghadr, Tirdad; Cheng, Irene; Foer, Joshua

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Cabinet:

ISBN Number: 1932698280

ISBN Number 13: 9781932698282


Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: Z1932698280Z2

Description: 1932698280 Crisp, clean, unread paperback with light shelfwear to the covers and a publisher's mark to one edge - Nice!