75 pages, 8.5″ x 4″
He often looked up and found himself in ordinary moments. The cat was curled up next to the wall heater and the street noises bruised the space with sound. It was the space of his living. He was a humanoid form in an American city. He had taken off his shoes and socks and they lay near the kitchen door.
Human Capital follows its protagonist, bringing together literary narration with the abstract dynamics suggested by human capital theory. Christian Nagler is a writer and artist who lives in Oakland, California.