Embodied Images is an essay written by Luca Asta and which questions the way the imagination works, and the interaction between the sensorial and the mental feelings, based on the analysis of the works of Georges Didi-Huberman.
The publication is made of three parts. The two first parts are two booklets (one for the text, and one for the images) which emphasize the text/image duality. The last part is the book « cover ». The booklets have indeed no cover; this choice was made in order to allow the reader to easily manipulate the images and them to overlap with the text.