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Neil Whitehead

HOW I LEARNT TO LOVE THE SEAGULLS

Photography Exhibition: How I Learnt To Love The Seagulls

By Neil Philip Whitehead

The Window Gallery

Jubilee Library

Brighton

Saturday 9th January 2016

2.30-4.30pm

 

How I Learnt To Love The Seagulls is a whimsical yet in-depth study of the birds that are hard to avoid seeing. The series combines genres of photography using studio, street, and nature photography and experiments with ways of displaying photography. The work is humorous, emotive, beautiful and even political, and is an untypical look at our most noticeable wildlife.

114 framed C-Prints printed on Matt Fujicolor Professional, 1 Hard Back Silk Lustre Book.

Brighton Jubilee Library.

Window Gallery, inside and out.

There will be snacks, wine, and a nice time on
Saturday 9th 2:30pm til 4:30.

If you can’t make it to that, the exhibition will be on show
4th January 2016 until 10th of January 2016.

10am to 7pm – Monday to Thursday
10am to 5pm – Friday to Sunday.

RSVP to: gulls@neilphilipwhitehead.co.uk

See more @: http://heyevent.uk/event/re6p3rgdhth4ca/photography-exhibition-how-i-learnt-to-love-the-seagulls

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‘Human Herbs’ – a song by Cold Hands & Quarter Moon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au-vyMtfDAs

Glenn Rikowski @ Academia: http://independent.academia.edu/GlennRikowski

Ruth Rikowski @ Academia: http://lsbu.academia.edu/RuthRikowski

Aesthetics

Aesthetics

THE MEDES

the medes is a volunteer collective of academic writers, artists, photographers and videographers advocating for social change

About

the medes [thəmēds]

We are an online multimedia publication that seeks to bring honest reporting and emotive art together through innovative media to promote social equality within our community.

Founded in Denver, Colorado in early 2012, the medes is a project of the nonprofit organization, Media Action Network (MAN) and was originally started out of frustration with the lack of coverage in mainstream media on the myriad of social justice issues facing our communities today.

We are run entirely by a volunteer collective. This collective consists of a wide-variety of contributors: writers, researchers, graphic designers, artists, photographers, and videographers. By blending the academic pursuit of social equality with artistic ability, we focus on social justice both from a written and visual perspective. We seek to bring awareness to the gamut of issues – including many in the human rights and environmental categories – which receive little to no attention through conventional media outlets.

the medes is run entirely on volunteer time and donation dollars.  If you would like to be a part of this effort in any form other MAN projects, please visit our contact page or our donate page.

the medes: http://themedes.org/

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‘Human Herbs’ – a song by Cold Hands & Quarter Moon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au-vyMtfDAs

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Glenn Rikowski @ Academia: http://independent.academia.edu/GlennRikowski

Glenn Rikowski @ ResearchGate: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Glenn_Rikowski?ev=hdr_xprf

Online Publications at The Flow of Ideas: http://www.flowideas.co.uk/?page=pub&sub=Online%20Publications%20Glenn%20Rikowski

The Flow of Ideas: http://www.flowideas.co.uk

Neil Whitehead

Neil Whitehead

‘MEMENTO MORI’ – NEIL WHITEHEAD’S FINE ART PIECE IN EXHIBITION

NEIL WHITEHEAD’s fine art piece, Memento Mori will be exhibited at:

PrintSpace, London
74 Kingsland Road
London E2 8DL
See: http://www.timeout.com/london/art/the-printspace

Exhibition: 3rd June to 14th June, 2013
9am to 7pm

Directions to PrintSpace:
From Old Street station.Take bus 243 toward Wood Green from Stop K
From Liverpool Street: station.Take but149 towards Edmonton from Stop E
On Foot: from Old Street station (10 mins), Liverpool Street Station (15mins), or Hoxton Station (4 mins).

Neil Whitehead: Designer of ‘The Flow of Ideas’ website – www.flowideas.co.uk and
‘I Love Transcontiental’ –
https://www.facebook.com/IHeartTranscontinental and
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/transcontinental/the-individuality-prtest

I Love Transcontinental

I Love Transcontinental

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‘Cheerful Sin’ – a song by Victor Rikowski: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIbX5aKUjO8

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I Love Transcontinental

I LOVE TRANSCONTINENTAL

I Transcontinental is a protest against corporate banality, mass-produced goods, human exploitation, and vulgarity.

We support originality, beauty, and harmony.

Our products are all individually mixed media hand-printed. No two are alike. We do not make more than three of any design (if that) because we want it to be yours, true, unique, and obscure. The clothes and accessories we craft are fair trade, organic cotton, using water based dyes and other such environmentally friendly materials.

This is a peaceful protest. We can only hope that beauty and art will tame the beast greed made our world into.

See I ♥ Transcontinental at: http://ihearttranscontinental.blogspot.co.uk/

This is a new, radical and dynamic development in art, photography, design, music and protest Glenn Rikowski

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‘Human Herbs’ – a new remix and new video by Cold Hands & Quarter Moon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au-vyMtfDAs

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The Flow of Ideas: http://www.flowideas.co.uk

Glenn Rikowski’s paper, Critical Pedagogy and the Constitution of Capitalist Society has been published at Heathwood Press as a Monthly Guest Article for September 2012, online at:

http://www.heathwoodpress.com/monthly-guest-article-august-critical-pedagogy-and-the-constitution-of-capitalist-society-by-glenn-rikowski/

Heathwood Press: http://www.heathwoodpress.com

Capitalist Work

CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION AND WORK – UPDATE 19th NOVEMBER 2011

 

EVENTS

PORTRAIT OF RESISTANCE: THE ART & ACTIVISM OF CAROLE CONDE & KARL BEVERIDGE

Monday November 21
6pm – 7:30pm
Room 7-162, 7th Floor, OISE
252 Bloor St. West
Toronto

As young married artists in the 1970s, Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge faced a dilemma — they were in competition with each other. Instead of breaking them apart their conflict politicized them — sparking a pioneering collaboration that continues today.

Portrait of Resistance witnesses Condé & Beveridge in action as they create provocative staged photographs about the environment, the rights of workers and the current global financial crisis. An intimate view of subjects who shun celebrity, Portrait of Resistance is about two artists who challenge the way we see our world.

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SOLIDARITY TUESDAY AT OCCUPY TORONTO

Tuesday November 22: University Sector Workers and Discussion on Social Movements and the Law
8:00 pm
St. James Park (King & Adelaide), North West corner

Every Tuesday at 8pm the Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly (GTWA) holds an open meeting at the Occupation Toronto Base Camp at St. James Park (East Church and Adelaide). The purpose of these meetings is to build solidarity between the occupy movement and workers in struggle. Please spread the word and join us. This Tuesday November 22 at 8pm the GTWA has sent the invite out to University Sector Workers to visit Occupy Toronto. Let’s make the connection between the struggle for decent jobs and services and the occupy movement. Given that the site is under threat of eviction the second half of the meeting will be a discussion on social movements and the law and how we can defend the occupy movement.

Look for us the North West corner of the park (close to Adelaide near the bathrooms). Dress for the weather.

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PUBLIC SERVICES, GOOD JOBS, HEALTHY COMMUNITIES – A COMMUNITY FORUM

November 23, 2011
7:00pm – 10:00pm
Ralph Norton Community Centre
765 Queen Street East, 2nd Floor
Toronto

Rob Ford’s slash and burn agenda is all about privatizing and reducing public services, eliminating good jobs, and undermining communities. Come to an important community meeting to hear how these attacks will affect us in the East End, and how we can oppose the Ford Agenda.

Speakers include:

– Maureen O’Reilly, President of the Toronto Library Workers, CUPE 4948
– Effie Vlachoyannacos, Chair of Federation of Metro Tenants Associations
– Mark Ferguson, President of CUPE 416, City of Toronto outside workers

For more information: eastendersps@gmail.com

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SISTERING’S SPUN STUDIO SALE, TORONTO

November 23
5-8pm
Sistering
962 Bloor St. West, Toronto

Please come out and support this upcoming sale at Sistering’s Spun Studio.
All money will go directly back to the women artisans who participate in this program.

Sistering has been supporting homeless, underhoused and low-income women in the Toronto community since 1981.  For more information about Sistering follow this link: http://www.sistering.org/about/

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TACKLING HEALTH INEQUITIES: LESSONS LEARNED FROM A LEADING HEALTH REGION

A Wellesley Institute Forum on Health Equity, Toronto

November 23, 2011
1:30- 4:30 p.m.
Medical Sciences Building, Room MS 3154
University of Toronto, 1 King’s College Circle

With special guest Dr. Cory Neudorf and a panel of local health leaders

Dr. Cory Neudorf, Chief Medical Health Officer for Saskatoon Health Region, will be making a special lecture and leading a discussion on addressing health inequities at a local community level.

Saskatoon has led the way in Canada in sophisticated research that identifies the nature and foundations of systemic health inequities between neighbourhoods in the city; developing comprehensive multi-pronged strategies to tackle those inequities; and driving these strategies into action through focussed programs engaging with local communities and building effective cross-sectoral collaborations.

For more information: http://www.wellesleyinstitute.com

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NEWS & VIEWS

BRITISH TORIES RECOGNIZE P3 FAILURE (BUT NOT THE SOLUTION)

After repeated British reports revealing failure of public private partnerships (P3s) for public infrastructure projects, the British Chancellor has announced a fundamental review of the government’s use of P3s (or, as the Brits call them, PFIs).

Read more: http://bit.ly/u5bTLE

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COMMUNITY ORGANIZING IN RADICAL TIMES: AN INTERVIEW WITH AMY SONNIE AND JAMES TRACY

By Matt Dineen, http://TowardFreedom.com

When we think back to the mass social movements of the 1960s who are the participants that come to mind? Most histories of that tumultuous period leave out an important segment of organizers that were committed to building multiracial alliances towards social justice.

“In the United States,” Amy Sonnie and James Tracy explain in their new book Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels, and Black Power: Community Organizing in Radical Times (Melville House: 2011), “it’s hard to imagine a broad Left movement that includes white poor and working class people as radical change agents.” Their book seeks to bring to light this untold piece of the 1960s and the stories of those involved.

Read more: http://bit.ly/sos3ok

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AS OCCUPY MOVEMENT REGROUPS, WHAT CAN UNIONS LEARN?

By Mischa Gaus, Labor Notes

As tens of thousands celebrated the two-month anniversary of the Occupy phenomenon, why has Occupy’s message, so similar to what labor has said and done, resounded more forcefully?

Read more:
http://labornotes.org/2011/11/occupy-wall-street-regroups-union-allies-mobilize

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RESISTING EXPROPRIATION OF THE OCCUPY MOVEMENT

By Matthew Brett, The Bullet

The occupy movement is currently being forcefully dismantled by police across North America and Europe. The pretext for these police interventions are health and safety concerns, but the reality is that public space is being re-occupied by the status quo. This is a status quo that would rather see public spaces pacified and vacant. This is a status quo prepared to use police violence to expropriate those most in need of the community that the occupy movement provides. These expropriations also reaffirm the fact that challenges to the prevailing order are generally met with brute force. There is a pressing need to assist and participate with those still entrenched in the occupations, and there is an equally pressing need to discuss where to go from here.

Read more: http://www.socialistproject.ca/bullet/571.php

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ABOUT CSEW (CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION & WORK, OISE/UT):

Head: Peter Sawchuk
Co-ordinator: D’Arcy Martin

The Centre for the Study of Education and Work (CSEW) brings together educators from university, union, and community settings to understand and enrich the often-undervalued informal and formal learning of working people. We develop research and teaching programs at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (UofT) that strengthen feminist, anti-racist, labour movement, and working-class perspectives on learning and work.

Our major project is APCOL: Anti-Poverty Community Organizing and Learning. This five-year project (2009-2013), funded by SSHRC-CURA, brings academics and activists together in a collaborative effort to evaluate how organizations approach issues and campaigns and use popular education. For more information about this project, visit http://www.apcol.ca

For more information about CSEW, visit: http://www.csew.ca

 

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‘I believe in the afterlife.

It starts tomorrow,

When I go to work’

Cold Hands & Quarter Moon, ‘Human Herbs’ at: http://www.myspace.com/coldhandsmusic (recording) and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2h7tUq0HjIk (live)

 

‘Cheerful Sin’ – A new song by Victor Rikowski: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIbX5aKUjO8

 

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Work

LABOR AND POLITICS – LAST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FROM ‘SOUTHERN CULTURES’

Southern Cultures, the award-winning and peer-reviewed quarterly from UNC’s Center for the Study of the American South, wants your submissions on labor and politics for a special multidisciplinary theme issue on politics to be released in the Fall of next year, coinciding with the height of the election year’s campaign season.

We will consider submissions with historical and/or contemporary content.  The submission deadline is October 10, 2011.

50,000 people annually read Southern Cultures in print, online, and through eBooks, including scholars of history, literature, sociology, political science, women & gender, religion, labor, photography & art, and many other subject areas.  

You can browse our last decade of content by subject area at: http://www.southerncultures.org/content/read/

Our submission guidelines are available at: http://www.southerncultures.org/content/submissions/

Thanks – we look forward to reading your work.
Best,
Dave Shaw
Executive Editor, Southern Cultures
UNC’s Center for the Study of the American South
CB# 9127, UNC-CH
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-9127
www.SouthernCultures.org

“The rich array of photographs and graphics, and the sincere and effective attempt at readerly appeal,
go well beyond what is attempted by most. . . Southern Cultures is truly impressive.” — Council of Editors of Learned Journals

 

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Briarpatch

BRIARPATCH

It’s Open Season at Briarpatch!
http://briarpatchmagazine.com/
http://briarpatchmagazine.com/2011/02/22/its-open-season-at-briarpatch/

February 22, 2011

Briarpatch is seeking submissions on any topic for our July/August 2011 issue. We are looking for feature articles, provocative essays, investigative reportage, interviews, profiles, reviews, poetry, humour, artwork and photography rooted in an anti-colonial and anti-capitalist analysis. If you’ve got a story in mind, we want to hear from you!

Queries are due March 7, 2011. If your query is accepted, first drafts will be due by April 11. Your query should outline what ground your contribution will cover, give an estimated word count, and indicate your relevant experience or background in writing about the issue. If you haven’t written for Briarpatch before, please provide a brief writing sample.

Please review our submission guidelines before sending your query to Valerie@briarpatchmagazine.com

Our standard rates of pay are as follows:
$50 – Profiles, short essays, parting shots (generally <1000 words)
$100 – Feature stories, photo essays
$150 – Research-based articles and investigative reportage (generally 
1500-3000 words)

We reserve the right to edit your work (with your active involvement), and cannot guarantee publication.

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Volumizer: http://glennrikowski.blogspot.com

Utopia

KRITIKOS

Volume 7

November–December 2010

Contents:

A Faustian Bargain, or An Open Letter to the President of SUNY Albany…(g.petsko)

The Catastrophe of the Digital and the Fate of Photography…(g.coulter)

And so Lyotard thought: “Specifically, I went too far in identifying knowledge with narrative.”…(n.ruiz)

Nicholas Ruiz III, PhD

Editor, Kritikos

http://intertheory.org

NRIII for Congress 2012

http://intertheory.org/nriiiforcongress2010.html

Nicholas Ruiz III for Congress

PO Box 1372

New Smyrna Beach, FL 32170

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Imperialism

NEW (IN)SECURTIES: EMPIRE, ENVIRONMENT AND EMPLOYMENT

Alternate Routes 2012

CALL FOR PAPERS

We are living in increasingly insecure times. In the face of drastic climate change, global economic uncertainty and imperialist wars with no clear battlefield or determined timeline, a good many social scientists have concluded that insecurity, broadly defined and in its many forms, is the new norm. For the next issue, Alternate Routes invites submissions on the various ways in which (in)security has manifested in the new millennium. How has state repression been employed and under what pretexts? What lessons may be drawn from policing dissent? How does ecological degradation threaten our — food, labour, biospheric, geopolitical and physical — security? In what ways are planetary life and the future of the earth threatened? To what extent has labour market restructuring made work more precarious? What groups and persons are most vulnerable to insecure forms of work and labour? How have labour unions been impacted? How may we understand empire today? What relationships are there between war, terror and foreign policy?

Alternate Routes is also interested in Media, Arts and Cultural contributions with political and/or academic merits. This may include works of poetry, verse, photography, graphic design and media analyses. We likewise welcome reviews of books, theater, art exhibits, documentaries and cinema. Finally, Alternate Routes appreciates rejoinders and/or reflections on previously published material. The deadline for submissions is 15 March 2011. For more information on Alternate Routes and our submission policy, please visit http://www.AlternateRoutes.ca. All submissions should be sent directly to editor@alternateroutes.ca. We look forward to your submissions!

Carleton University, Sociology & Anthropology,  1125 Colonel By Drive,  Ottawa, Canada,  K1S 5B6
Phone: 613-520-2600 (ext: 8316)   Email: editor@alternateroutes.ca

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Violence

VIOLENCE AND REPRESENTATION

Saturday 18 September 2010, 10.30–17.00

To coincide with the exhibition Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, this symposium explores violence as a subject in relation to representations in the broadest range of historical and geographical contexts. It includes international artists, photojournalists and theorists who from their distinctive perspectives will attempt to unveil notions of spectatorship and consumption of violent images in contemporary culture. Key questions will encompass the notion of the political, apolitical or depoliticised spectator of representations of violence; the consequences of these kinds of practice and the difference between photo reportage and art photography. 

Speakers include Shahidul Alam, Steve Edwards, Susan Meiselas, Simon Norfolk, John Roberts, Julian Stallabrass and Alberto Toscano.

Supported by Oxford Art Journal, the Open University and the British Council

Tate Modern Starr Auditorium
£20 (£15 concessions), booking recommended

Violence and Representation

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Ruth Rikowski

WHISKEY BREATH CONFESSIONAL – BY NEIL WHITEHEAD

An Item from the ‘Thirty-Ninth News Update’ of Ruth Rikowski (News Update No.39) 

‘WHISKY BREATH CONFESSIONAL’ BY NEIL WHITEHEAD

http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1356191

My second cousin, Neil Whitehead, who also designed our ‘Flow of Ideas’ website, has just (May 2010) self-published a book on photography, using the Blurb software. By strange coincidence this is the same software that Martin Hodges used to self-publish his little book, ‘Word of Eye’, which I referred to in a previous newsletter.

As it says in the publicity for Neil’s book:

“Whisky Breath Confessional is a visual narrative into the world of Neil Whitehead, an undergraduate to an art photography degree. He is a diligent and observant photographer that searches out intriguing insight into life in the cities of England. The book Whisky Breath Confessional-as the name suggests-shows a confession to an outlook of the artist. Showing a poetic and suspenseful series of photographs that take the viewer on a quiet tour of his environment.”

Furthermore, that Neil Whitehead:

“…is a photographer that pursues opportunities to express emotions, and raise questions and intrigue in all of his photos. His photographs pertain to a style and philosophy that is unique and is growing.”

37 pages of the book can be previewed online. There are some lovely scenes in it, with some very interesting and different views and perspectives.

Neil is currently studying at Southampton University for a degree in Photography.

I wish Neil all the very best with his book, and hope that it sells lots of copies. I shall, of course, be ordering and reviewing the book myself.

Originally from Ruth Rikowski News Update Progression (28th May 2010) at: http://ruthrikowskiupdates.blogspot.com/2010/05/ruth-rikowskis-39th-news-update.html   

An Item from the ‘Fortieth News Update’ of Ruth Rikowski (News Update No.40)

NEIL WHITEHEAD’S BOOK, WHISKY BREATH CONFESSIONAL, BLURB CREATIVE PUBLISHING SERVICE, 2010, ARRIVED IN THE POST http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1356191

We have now received in the post our own copy of my second cousin, Neil Whitehead’s book, Whisky Breath Confessional. The photographs are very colourful, powerful, reflective, convey certain moods and are all on fine quality paper. They include photographs of the sea, trees, the sun, buildings, hedges, roads and of Neil himself. The self-published book was compiled using the Blurb software (Blurb creative publishing service, for self-publishing books) which seems to be quite something. This is a trend that we might well see increasing in the future. I wish Neil all the very best with his book, and hope that he sells lots of copies.

From Ruth Rikowski News Update Progression (6th July 2010): http://ruthrikowskiupdates.blogspot.com/2010/07/ruth-rikowskis-40th-news-update.html

Ruth Rikowski News Update Progression (general URL): http://ruthrikowskiupdates.blogspot.com

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Culture

REVIEWS IN CULTURAL THEORY

Dear friends and colleagues

We are pleased to announce the launch of Reviews in Cultural Theory, a new journal that will be publishing reviews and review essays every two weeks at http://www.reviewsinculture.com Our website will also maintain an announcements section that will be updated weekly with new CFPs, job postings, and other relevant news from the field. The journal emerges from our sense that the rapid growth of work in cultural theory over the past decade demands new forums for tracking the development of this field. Focusing on the distribution of short and timely reviews contributed by scholars working in a wide array of fields, Reviews in Cultural Theory was conceived as a way of responding to the dynamism and pace of the contemporary theorization of culture.

Published online bi-weekly and collected into issues twice yearly, Reviews in Cultural Theory hopes to foreground new work in this field as well as the emergent community of scholars who share an interest in the complex and changing problems of culture today. Reviews to be published in the journal’s first year chart the contemporary shape of cultural theory, touching on Visual Culture, Gender Studies, Geography, Queer Theory, Marxism, Postcolonial Studies, Cultural History, and Sound Studies, among other fields and subjects, established and emerging.

We invite you to take a moment and flip through our first handful of reviews. Please subscribe to our RSS feed, or check back in the coming months for updated news, announcements, and upcoming reviews of Susan Buck-Morss’ Hegel, Haiti, and Universal History, Jody Berland’s North of Empire: Essays on the Cultural Technologies of Space, Enrique Dussel’s Twenty Theses on Politics, Michael Fried’s Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before, and Cary Wolfe’s What is Posthumanism?, among others. We welcome you to contact us if you have recent work you are interested in reviewing or having reviewed.

The editors: Sarah Blacker and Justin Sully

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