Bound to the opposing notions of Dystopia and Utopia — this monumental volume is divided into two parts where the counterpoints are reflected through eight photographic essays and accompanied by topical texts. Odiseo offers a sophisticated take on erotica, redefining the confines of traditional erotic publishing by balancing philosophical texts and essays with images that lie in between art and erotica.
Odiseo Volume 10 Utopia seeks euphoria through photographic essays by Paul Jung, Kelia Anne, Sophie Tajan, Alexander Graeser and Johann Clausen. Accompanied by Daughters of Eden – an essay on feminine botanic bliss by Liberty Lawson, A Letter from Home by Elies Van Renterghem and an archive research by Marta Marín Anglada.
Odiseo Volume 10 Dystopia delves into the ominous visions of the world through the lenses of Ana Cuba, Dario Salamone, Kelia Anne and Olya Oleinic. Followed by The New Infinity: The State of Being or Becoming by Eugenia Lapteva, poetry by Kirill Medvedev, eco apocalyptic fiction by Sam Fisher and an archive research by Marta Marín Anglada.