Spector Book's Beastly Tierisch offers a quirky and semi-dark representation of animals that we are rarely exposed to in regular media. Over the last 20 years artists have engaged with the animal in an effort to depitc more "beastly" visions. Beastly Tierisch explores how these creatures can take possession of a newly-imagined space, separate from their human counterparts.
Innovative and daring in it's design the book superimposes a selection of artistic works onto a host of pictures from the Internet. This rich imagery is supplemented by four essays: about animality and the history of photography (Duncan Forbes), the political and philosophical animal (Slavoj