Magazine – Ecoes

7.50

Format: 19.5 x 28.5 cm
Edited by Mirna Belina, Sonic Acts
Magazine, English text, illustrated, 135 pages
Designed by Rafaela Dražić

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Ecoes is a new periodic magazine from Sonic Acts Press. The magazine continues Sonic Acts’ emphasis on artists and thinkers proposing alternatives to the anthropocentric view that sees Earth and the non-human world as an endless resource.

The first issue presents artists that focus on mining, microplastics, the origins of the blues from an Indigenous perspective that sees humans as entangled with the environment, Cold War toxic legacies and depleted uranium, invasive species and deadly clouds in one of the epicentres of extractivist operations in the Russian Arctic.

Featured artists and thinkers include Anika Schwarzlose, Brian D. McKenna, Sissel Marie Tonn, MELT, Maryam Monalisa Gharavi, Devin Hentz, Angela Chan, Ameneh Solati, Arjuna Neuman, Sarah Kanouse, Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou, Carson Fisk-Vittori and Rosa Whiteley.

 

CONTENTS:

INTRODUCTION
Mirna Belina ‘EVERYBODY HAS TO DRINK THEIR FAIR SHARE OF THE SHIT’

SPECIAL PROJECT
Anika Schwarzlose, Brian D. McKenna UNEARTH

ARTIST IN FOCUS

Sissel Marie Tonn SENSITIVITY TO POLLUTION – An interview by Stefan Wharton

OVEREXPOSED – Sonic Acts Residency Programme

MELT: MELTing Time by Margarita Osipian

Maryam Monalisa Gharavi: BUT IT WAS THERE FOR THE TAKING by Margarita Osipian

Devin Hentz: SITUATING FASHION by Victoria Douka-Doukopoulou & Pim Sem Benjamin

Angela Chan: COMMUNAL CLIMATE KNOWLEDGES by Victoria Douka-Doukopoulou & Angela Chan

Ameneh Solati: CHALLENGING ARCHITECTURE by Mirna Belina

Arjuna Neuman: RESIDENCE TIME by Mirna Belina

OVEREXPOSED SPECIAL

Arjuna Neuman FOR LULA, MISSISSIPPI

NIGHT AIR

Sarah Kanouse: SPOTTING RADIOACTIVE HOT SPOTS – An interview by Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou

Carson Fisk-Vittori: SHIFTING KIND

Rosa Whiteley: WORLDING WEIRD WORLDS

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 28.5 × 19.5 × 2 cm

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