Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Everyday Aesthetics

Thanks to Le vent fripon (who sadly deleted his comment, never mind), I got hold of Yuriko Saito's Everyday Aesthetics, published last year. I'm looking into it and seeing its merit already. I have a thing about lawns and I'm happy to see them covered. No airports yet though, Chris Schaberg!

6 comments:

Tom Sparrow said...

I like Sait's book very much, and actually taught most of it last spring. For some reason the student's gave is a cool reception, but that may have been my fault.

Timothy Morton said...

I'm keen to read it fully: I see she also talks a bit about ambience...Sometimes students don't see the subtleties of things, perhaps?

Tom Sparrow said...

Yeah, could be. By the way, any idea when Ecological Thought will be in paperback?

Christopher Schaberg said...

Don't worry, I'm on the airport aesthetics front! Going through the final copy-edit queries for The Textual Life of Airports

bobbyjgeorge said...

A return to Everyday Aesthetics...

enthusreader said...

try this other one , much more substantial http://books.google.com/books/about/Everyday_aesthetics.html?id=1mab9s7emsECme