Epochal Aesthetics: Affectual Infrastructures of the Anthropocene
Strelka 2017

The Anthropocene renders visible new architectures of time and matter, both sedimenting existing genealogies of global-world-space and radically reorganizing an imagination of the scope and material duration of what the human is in and through time. The idealized architectures of social formations that have hitherto been thought of as purely "social" structures are now beginning to betray their subtended geologies.