Liam Gillick - Underground (Fragments of Future Histories) - mfc-michèle didier 2004
Liam Gillick - Underground (Fragments of Future Histories) - mfc-michèle didier 2004
Liam Gillick - Underground (Fragments of Future Histories) - mfc-michèle didier 2004
Liam Gillick - Underground (Fragments of Future Histories) - mfc-michèle didier 2004
Liam Gillick - Underground (Fragments of Future Histories) - mfc-michèle didier 2004

Gillick Liam

Liam Gillick - Underground (Fragments of Future Histories) - mfc-michèle didier 2004

Author:
Introduction by Maurizio Lazzarato 

Book:
The starting point for Liam Gillick's Underground (Fragments of Future Histories) is the very first science fiction novel, Fragments of Future Histories, written in 1884 by Gabriel Tarde. The French philosopher, sociologist and criminologist depicted in his novel the collective workings of a society that has taken refuge in the centre of the Earth following a climatic disaster. Liam Gillick wrote a contemporary adaptation of Tarde's text, working from his 1904 English translation with a preface by H.G. Wells. Gillick in turn added a preface by the Italian sociologist Maurizio Lazzarato.

Publisher:
IMPORT (mfc-michèle didier & les Presses du Réel) - 2004 
104p - 500 copies