This book is a retrospective on a decade of Melik Ohanian’s work. In his attempt to reconfigure the real for us this artist manufactures images and fabricates totally unique situations, the voices of Liverpudlian dockworkers reacting to the volcanic emergence of the Isle of Surtsey. In Kristale Company, the artist invites us to step outside the field and time of representation. This decidedly political work draws the Spectator into a singular experience. Book includes by texts by Anne Bertrand and Jean-Christophe Royoux.