#1598 – Akiko Busch

March 05, 2019 00:25:00
#1598 – Akiko Busch
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#1598 – Akiko Busch
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In our increasingly networked and image-saturated lives, the notion of disappearing has never been both more enchanting. A lifelong student and observer of the natural world, Akiko Busch, set out to explore her own uneasiness with this arrangement. Her new book, “How to Disappear: Notes on Invisibility in a Time of Transparency.”

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