MASTHEAD 48

ANTENNAE

ANTENNAE

THE JOURNAL OF NATURE

IN VISUAL CULTURE

 

 

SUNSET 47 masthead 5.5.19 copy

2015

SPECIAL EDITORIAL

 

 

ANIMAL STUDIES and ART: ELEPHANTS IN THE ROOM by Giovanni Aloi

 

This essay stems from a genuine sense of concern with regards to current affairs in

animal studies, its involvement with contemporary art, and the challenges scholars and

artists face in engaging with multidisciplinarity within this context.

 

It puts black on white key problematics in animal studies and art that require urgent

attention, as they prevent constructive discussions from moving forward

Giovanni Aloi looks at diffraction, Karen Barad, multispecies aesthetics, Janet Laurence, and Transposon in Antennae #31, Multispecies Intra-action Part 1. ELEPHANTS in the ROOM Giovanni Aloi provides a critical view featuring Karen Barad, Intra-action, Multispecies Salon, Eben Kirksey, and diffraction in Antennae #32, Multispecies Intra-actions Part 2.

ISSUE 32  SUMMER 2015

 

 

 

 

 

Giovanni Aloi curates timely perspective via Suzanne Anker, the Hypernatural, Bioart, the sublime, Michael Foucault and transgenic art in Antennae #33, Naturally Hypernatural Part 1. Giovanni Aloi gathers together compelling perspectives via Suzanne Anker, petri dishes, chickens, DNA and the Culture of Fear, in Antennae #34, Naturally Hypernatural Part 2.

 

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