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by Jill Bennett

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Derived from geology, the term 'anthropocene' describes an era that began with industrialization and spans about 250 years. This comprehensive shift in our understanding of the world has affected how we eat, shop and travel, but it may also eventually lead to a revolution in transdisciplinary activity. Bennett names examples of transdisciplinary processes from the realm of art, such as Amy Balkin's work Public Smog (2004-ongoing), which incorporates the earth's atmosphere.

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