By Geoff Manaugh and Nicola Twilley
Quarantine has shaped our world, yet it remains both feared and misunderstood. It is our most powerful response to uncertainty, but it operates through an assumption of guilt: in quarantine, we are considered infectious until proven safe. An unusually poetic metaphor for moral and mythic ills, quarantine means waiting to see if something hidden inside of us will be revealed.
London, 2021, 23.4cm x 15.3cm, 416pp, illustrated, Hardback.