The Landscape of Waste

The Landscape of Waste
Edited by Alberto Bertagna and Sara Marini, Skira, £21


A collage of quotes and allusions from five Venice-based academics. Only by poking through bins can we really understand society one explains. But there are more ways to deconstruct landscapes of waste, as this book shows.

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