The Missing Pieces
In brief, laconic evocations, Henri Lefebvre lists a series of works that are either unfinished, lost, forgotten, destroyed, or that were never even made. This inventory of lacks becomes an incantation: if only for an instant, it transmits a presence to these “units” that had previously been lost to the history of human creativity and thought.
Henri Lefebvre, born in 1959 in Salon-de-Provence, lives and works in Paris. He founded and directs Les Cahiers de la Seine, a publishing house devoted to contemporary poetry.
Published by Semiotext(e) on the occasion of the 2014 Whitney Biennial
Design by Hedi El Kholti, Blake Besharian
84 pages, soft cover
|Dimensions||140 x 6 x 250 mm|