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                카지노 신규 쿠폰


                THE JOURNAL OF NATURE

                IN VISUAL CULTURE



                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture

                While the previous installment of Antennae lingered on the “surface of things”, the current gets straight to the heart of the matter. Across thirteen original contributions, this issue explores the newly emerging complexities that materiality poses to the creative sphere. New Materialism has certainly brought artists and scholars to challenge our anthropocentric conceptions of materiality and this new  decentralizing philosophical wave is now substantially reshaping artistic practices. Artists more carefully consider the essence of the materials they choose to work with. They want to know about the histories of these materials, their past heritage, and present signification within the context of contemporary politics in the knowledge that these aspects will play important roles in the meaning of their work.


                Somewhat unpredictably, some of the best submissions we received came from artists and scholars working with the written and spoken word. Writing, reading, breathing, and vibrating leadthe way to new conceptions of materiality in art. From Rebecca Beachy’s existentialist questions about the relationship between materiality,  form, and symbolism, through

                DONNA HARAWAY

                "Antennae Ten is replete with quirky, generative engagements with many of the most influential figures in the last ten amazing years of irreverent, passionate, ethically brave, artfully innovative work for and with the critters of terra, living and dead."










                CAROL J ADAMS

                SUZANNE ANKER

                JONATHAN BIRTH

                DOROTHY CROSS

                CARSTON HOLLAR

                GARY HUME

                OLEG KULIG


                PAULINE OLIVERO

                PETER SINGER


                CARY WOLFE




                Rebecca Beachy ? Stefan Benz

                Catherine Clover ? Patrizia Costantin  Fiona Curran ? Taru Elfving

                Cat Hope ? Anna Kowalik

                Jonathan W. Marshall ? Eleanor Morgan mirko nikoli? ? Claire Parkinson

                Liza Prins ? Marta Smolińska

                Xavier Villafranca ? Giovanni Aloi


                THE JOURNAL OF NATURE

                IN VISUAL CULTURE

                AVAILABLE NOW

                MATTER MATTERS 

                ISSUE 46 — WINTER 2018

                through Marta Smolińska’s focus on plastic as emblem of our particular socio-ecological milieu, to the depths of digital decay explored in Patrizia Costantin’s essay, this issue of Antennae provides many opportunities to re-think materiality at a time of uncertainty.


                As always, our gratitude goes to all the artists and scholars who have made this issue possible through their dedication, patience, and care.


                FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE

                DR. GIOVANNI ALOI

                Editor in Chief of Antennae Project


                ANTENNAE TEN

                Antennae Ten documents the non-human turn which has so pronouncedly characterized the cultural discourses of the new millennium, is most definitely going to shape the course of our troubled future with the planet. Featuring the voices and work of some of the most influential artists and scholars involved in the subject of the non-human and visual cultures, this collection is an unorthodox reference point, a verbatim account of the main ideas and movements, and an archive of original documents indispensable to tracing the intersections and origins of anthropogenic discourses.

                34 ESSAYS and INTERVIEWS


                and SCHOLARS

                329 PAGES, 202 ILLUSTRATIONS

                NOW IN PRINT

                "Lion, dinosaur, hippopotamus, dog, beetle, crocodile, fish, rhinoceros, elephant, bird, and dragonfly – all the plastic creatures, companions of someone’s childhood, meet one another on canvas, inextricably intertwined with the organic world which absorbs them as if they were another kind of organic matter, which they are not."

                MARTA SMOLINSKA

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                COMING SOON

                ISSUE 43 — SPRING 2018

                MARCH 21





                ALSO IN THIS ISSUE


                by Stefan Benz


                Text and Images by Catherine Clover

                This is an experimental essay in critical-creative spirit, a document of intra-action between the two of us, and many other bodies. It began with arts, ecologies & new materialisms micro-symposium: "facing the inhuman", which mirko organised within their exhibition, for which Taru developed a text partially in response to the performance and the installation. Subsequently, following the multispecies practice of breathing as a common territory, we proceeded entangling thoughts around vegetal-being and our multiple belongings and affiliations within this world of matter, and relationship of our artistic and curatorial practices with it.   MORE>>


                Text and Images by Taru Elfving with

                mirko nikoli

                This essay explores the relationship between touching and seeing through the lens of phenomenological experience, framed by the concepts of embodied visuality, haptic and optical images. It argues for the usefulness of the approach for thinking critically about human-animal relationships and the affective mediated experience of other subjectivities. With a focus on ‘touch’ it uses the 2017 Netflix film Okja to consider the sensual relationship between ‘subjective matter’ and the onscreen animal body. It discusses the different types of touch present in Okja and the processes of identification in terms of primary engagement with the sense and sensibility of materiality.  MORE >>


                Text and images by Claire Parkinson

                Rebecca Beachy is one of the most interesting and original up-and-coming contemporary artists in Chicago. Her practice invites a heightened level of attention for the subtleties involved in our relationship with the materialities of the natural world. An expert taxidermist, Beachy has cultivated a keen interest for the natural world and its ability to enhance a sense of existential presence as well as its ability to slow us down in order to better grasp the reality we live in.  MORE >>

                TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

                Giovanni Aloi interviews Rebecca Beachy

                The materials used at a particular moment in time by the entire human race, and its artists, are a reflection of social sensitivity. MORE >>

                PLASTIC—A NEW NATURE

                by Marta Smoliska

                Sound of Decay consists of a deceased cane toad (Rhinella marinus) in a glass desiccator which serves as a stage for the audio playback of the toad’s material decomposition. Cane toads were imported to Australia to control agricultural pests — a role they soon ignored, spreading widely.  MORE >>

                TOAD MEDIA

                Text and Images by Jonathan W. Marshall

                and Cat Hope

                COMING SOON

                ISSUE 45 — AUTUMN 2018

                SEPTEMBER 21




                This essay traces the development of a New Materialist ethics in the poetry and poetics of Michael McClure. Anticipating posthumanist and new materialist discourses, McClure’s oeuvre undertakes the efort to emphasize the material aspects of being by recovering the “biological self.”  MORE >>

                This folio and commentary give me the oppor-tunity to consider one component of my sound/language-based art practice, that of reading aloud. Reading aloud has become an increasingly central part of how I consider our relationship with other animals through voice and language. Sound is three dimensional and fills space, and vocality adds a sonic dimension to a text that transforms reading into a shared spatial multilingual experience.  MORE >>

                What happens when one making animal meets another? In her book Gossamer Days: spiders, humans and their threads artist and writer Eleanor Morgan explores the strange web of spider-human relationships and the history of the human uses of spider silk.  MORE >>

                VIBRATING WITH

                SPIDER SILK

                Text and Images by Eleanor Morgan

                The specificity of dealing with the problems posed by impermanent works of art resulting from the applied techniques and materials goes beyond the standards of conduct used in the conservation-restoration of traditional artworks, with durability as a standard. The dynamic and open nature of contemporary art made of nature or by nature, its different relation to matter as compared to traditional disciplines, its "unfinished” character, demands the crafting of innovative interpretative and preservative models. Institutions around the world are currently grappling with the need to devise new approaches to protection, conservation, authorship, and reproduction.  MORE >>


                by Anna Kowalik

                REBECCA BEACHY

                "Architectures and materialities protect us but also implicate us, indoctrinate our bodies and imaginations."

                This essay unfolds from the idea of a method of diffraction, as coined by Donna Haraway and Karen Barad, and the (posthumanist) perfor-mativity that it aims to account for as well as from my personal experience with the work and practice of Nicolás Lamas. MORE >>


                by by Liza Prins

                FOSSILS OF TIME FUTURE?

                by Fiona Curran

                Across the different artistic sites of Spiral Jetty (sculpture and film 1970 and essay 1972), Robert Smithson pursues a form of ‘abstract geology’ where the material histories and entropic forces of the planet affect consciousness and the body. MORE >>

                GATEKEEPER’S MATTER

                Text and images by Xavier Villafranca

                For the past ten years, Xavier Villafranca’s experi-mentation with common materials has led to temporal events that mutate form, states and expression. MORE >>


                by Patrizia Costantin

                This paper is a reflection on the theme and methodology of machines will watch us die (The Holden Gallery, 6th of April – 11th of May 2018, Manchester) an exhibition that explored digital decay through artists addressing material manifestations of digital culture.  MORE >>