Editorial by Guillaume Desanges

The relationships between humans and nature are at the heart of some of the most pressing and stimulating contemporary intellectual preoccupations: they call into question the very ideological foundations that underpin our ways of acting and thinking. Indeed, in the space of a few short years, the present has brought about an unforeseen and unforeseeable fusion of essential issues, at once political, economic, scientific, moral, societal, and, of course, aesthetic. An alignment of affects, like an alignment of the planets, to which artistic creation is ‘naturally’ indebted.

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