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ANTENNAE

ANTENNAE

THE JOURNAL OF NATURE

IN VISUAL CULTURE

 

 

2018

ISSUE 43  SPRING 2018

 

'Here Lies Truth' by Lee Harrop

 

'Shifting' by Michael Lawton

 

'An Anthrioposcene' Interviewer: Giovanni Aloi Interviewee: Andrew Yang

 

'The Aesthetics of Eden' by Brooks Dierdoff

 

'Curating the Anthropocene' by Marianna Tsionki

 

'Anthropocentric Acts Against the Idea of Nature' by Falak Vasa

 

'Scaling Quelccaya' by Meredith Leich and Andrew Malone

 

'Walk Like a Glacier' by Miguel Sbastida

 

'White Wanderer' A conversation between Giovanni Aloi, Elizabeth Corr, and Petra Bachmaier

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 44  SUMMER 2018

 

'Inhumanist Art and the Decolonization of Nature' by Steve Klee

 

'Unthought Environments'

Interviewer: Giovanni Aloi / Interviewee: Karsten Lund

 

'History and Forgetting'

Interviewer: Giovanni Aloi

Interviewee: Adam Brooks and Mathew Wilson

 

'Site A/Plot M' by Jeremy Bolen

 

'Shattered' by Soha Alattas

 

'7000 Marks' by Sara Black and Amber Ginsburg

 

'Copper Means Trouble' by Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou and Sanne Sinnige

 

'Climate Activism in 2018 '

Interviewer: Giovanni Aloi

Interviewee: Brian Kirkbride

 

'Antiquity of the Anthropocene' by Tyler Morgan

ISSUE 45  AUTUMN 2018

 

'Surface Active Agent' Text and images by Raewyn Martyn

 

'Surfacing' by Rebecca Najdowski

 

'Matter in Motion and the Mysticism of Nature's Colour' by by Froydi Laszlo

 

'The Living Surface' Interviewer: Giovanni Aloi / Interviewee: Lizan Freijsen' by Jean Marie Carey

 

'Lecanora Muralis' by Cole Swanson

 

'Borderless Bacteria/Colonialist Cash' by Ken Rinaldo

 

'Ticking' by Anna Kell

 

'Artefactual Surfaces' by Nathan Florsheim

 

'Interface Creep' by by Konstantin Mitrokhov and Michaela Busse

 

'Butterfly Effects' by Martin Bartelmus

 

'Skin and Flesh' by by lynn mowson

 

'Holes: The Semiotics of Urban Detritus and Decay' by C.W. Houser

 

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ISSUE 46  WINTER 2018

 

'Michael McClure: Meat Thyself' by Stefan Benz

 

'Reading Aloud Matters' by Catherine Clover

 

'Experiments in Breathing, Contagious'' by Taru Elfving with mirko nikolić

 

'Vibrating with Spider Silk' by Eleanor Morgan

 

'Toad Media' by Jonathan W. Marshall and Cat Hope

 

'Animal Bodies and Embodies Visuality' by Claire Parkinson

 

'To the Heart of the Matter' Interview: Giovanni Aloi and Rebecca Beachy

 

'Preserving Ephemeral Art' by Anna Kowalik

 

'Plastic: A New Nature' by Marta Smolińska

 

'(On) Diffracting Materiality' by Liza Prins

 

'Fossils of Time Future' by Fiona Curran

 

'Gatekeeper's Matter' by Xavier Villafranca

 

'Machines Will Watch Us Die' by Patrizia Costantin

 

Giovanni Aloi explores a post-truth world via NRDC, the Anthropocene, Andrew Yang, China, ice sheets, White Wandered, Antarctica, and climate change in Antennae #43, Truth. Climate. Now. Part 1. Giovanni Aloi explores a post-truth world via decolonization, Karsten Lund, radioactivity, copper production, and climate activism in Antennae #44, Truth. Climate. Now. Part 2. Giovanni Aloi gets beneath surfaces, mold, carpets, stains, skin, and the Anthropocene in Antennae #45, Matter Matters, Part 1. 46 cover Giovanni Aloi examines materialty via Michael McClure, Catherine Clover, spiders, Rebecca Beachy, feathers, taxidermy, fossils, machines, and cane toads in Antennae #46, Matter Matters, Part 2.