Cause and Consequences of September 11
Edited by Giorgio Baravalle.
de.MO, New York, 2003. 584 pp., 96 color illustrations and 114 duotone illustrations, 9x10".
The editors at de.Mo have made a valiant effort to create and promulgate a vital dialogue about world events since September 11, addressing both the causes and consequences of all that happened that day. The diversity of people invited to participate in this conversation is particularly impressive, as the list above verifies. Intellectuals and artists of all backgrounds have had the freedom to respond to the subject in their own voice, from their own personal convictions. The goals of publishing such a volume are high-minded and optimistic, as opposed to idealistic or utopian, engendering a positive, consultative spirit to the project. This process of group-based consultation goes beyond the mere stating of personal opinions and enters the realm of the investigation of truth—a process that is paramount to the well-being of the human race. The inclusion of photography in this process is truly visionary, making for a book that excites the mind and moves the soul.
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