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ANTENNAE

ANTENNAE

THE JOURNAL OF NATURE

IN VISUAL CULTURE

 

 

2016

ISSUE 35  SPRING 2016

 

'Sunset Sunrise' by Grace Jones

 

'Art and the Phenomenological Approach to Promoting Environmentalism' by Edward Hayman

 

'A New Index for Predicting Catastrophes' by Madhur Anand

 

'RUSL: Trash in Iceland' by Blair Butterfield

 

'Step in Stone' by  Fiona Campbell and Nick Weaver

 

'Milkweed Dispersal Balloon' interview with Jenny Kendler

 

'Site Specific Camera' by Dave Janesko

 

'Animal Images' by Helen Kopnina

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 36  SUMMER 2016

 

'Hour Hous' by Marc Shaus

 

'The Fair Trade Coffee Shop on Main Street' by John Hu

 

'Urban (re)Cology' by Norman Bade

 

'Distant Voices and Environment of  Audiovisual Art' by Anastasia Koshkin 

 

'The Dinner Party' by Kevin Lair

 

'Field Trip' by Melissa Deerson

 

'City Creatures' text and interview questions by Caroline Picard and Gavin von Horn

 

'Photographies of Trees' by Ho Rui An

 

 

BACK ISSUES

Giovanni Aloi questions the future through the filter of Grace Jones, NRDC, Jenny Kendler, environmentalism, Iceland, trash, milkweed, animals, and ecology in Antennae #35, Responsible Futures? Part 1. Giovanni Aloi looks to the future with the help of NRDC, Caroline Picard, eco-art, microbes, photography, wildlife, and art history in Antennae #36, Responsible Futures? Part 2. Giovanni Aloi explores the boundaries of interconnectedness, new materialism, object-oriented ontology, Andrew Yang, marine flatworms, phytocentrism, James Elkins, toxoplasmosis gondii, Eva Hayward, cats, and Donna Haraway in Antennae #37, Human Non-Human Networks.

ISSUE 38  WINTER 2016

 

'Giovanni Aloi and Cary Wolfe'

 

'Caroline Picard and Graham Harman'

 

'Ron Broglio and Lynn Turner'

 

'Jessica Ullrich and Kathy High'

 

'Henrik Hakansson and Andrew Yang'

 

'Erwin Driessens/Maria Verstappen and Ken Rinaldo'

 

'Mustafa Sabbagh and Cecilia Novero'

 

'Angela Singer and Dorothy Cross'

 

 

Giovanni Aloi brings us bold conversations on materiality, posthumanism and plants featuring Cary Wolfe, Graham Harman, Kathy High, HENRIK HÅKANSSON and Dorothy Cross in Antennae #38, The Interview Issue Part 1.