ISSUES

The Nest Issue features works by Clara Burghelea, John Morgan, Daniel Whelan, Caterina Stamou, Anatoly Kudryavitsky, Tracy Gaughan, Zoe Sklepa, Tony Iantosca, Amy McCauley, Smaragda Nitsopoulou, Thomas Osatchoff, Daphne Xanthopoulou, Richard LeDue, Kevin Canfield, Oz Hardwick, Babak Ahteshamipour, L Scully, Catherine Chatzidimitriou, Sara Rosenthal, Hunter Gagnon, Kiriakos Spirou, L Scully, Catherine Chatzidimitriou, Sara Rosenthal, Christina Alexiou, Robert Sheppard, Anthoula Lelekidis, Marie Hervé, Zebulon Huset, Jessica Tyson, Nolan Hutton, Daniel M. Shapiro, Sam Heaps, Linda Kemp, Erika Hodges, Aea Varfis-van Warmelo, and Jeremy Allan Hawkins.

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Featuring works by Fatma Al Ali, Logan Benedict, Catherine Chen, Maria Damon and Alan Sondheim, Mike Foldes, Maria Georgoula, Ian Whitfield, Diana Manesi, Sara Matson, Kat Meads, Lindsay Parkhowell, Lou Sarabadzic, Zoe Sklepa,Tom Snarsky, and Adam Strauss.

Featuring works by Zoe Anastassiou & Mark Blickley, Tessa Berring & Kathrine Sowerby, Sofía Bertomeu Hojberg, Chris Caines, Sean Cearley, Dimitris Foutris, Antonis Katsouris, Evangelos Kyriakos, Tiana Lavrova, John Morgan, Iordanis Papadopoulos, Tomo Stanič, Harun Tole, Chen Wang, and Jack Williams.

 

Featuring works by Maria Andreou, Ed Garland, Clive Gresswell, Antonis Katsouris, Daisy Lafarge, Pal LaFountain, Dorothy Lehane, Dan Leiser, Iulia Militaru, Georgios Mizithras, and Yannis Sarigiannidis

Featuring works by Emanuela Bianchi, Maria Damon, Alan Sondheim, Mez Breeze, Clive Gresswell, Jane Joritz-Nakagawa, Aadityakrishna Sathish, Olivia Cronk & Philip Sorenson, Matt Schumacher, Christine Stoddard, and Florence Sunnen.

Featuring works by Louisa Doloksa, David Felix, Amy McCauley, John Morgan, Maria Petrides, Lauren Samblanet, Erica Schreiner, Shakeema Smalls, and Jenny Wu.

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Featuring works by Mary Alexi, Clinton Craig, Jeremy Hight, Allison Hummel, Anna Lascari, Jazmine Linklater, Erin Lyndal Martin, Bruno Ministro, John Morgan, Tom Snarsky, and Theadora Walsh.

From “The Vanity Project” to the “Politics” issue, contents were connected through a linguistic game. At the beginning of each issue there was a republished work (text, video) which functioned as a source of inspiration for the contributors. They selected a word or phrase from it to associate their work to that word, and to the whole text in extension (we called them words-links). Contributors could also select word-links from any other piece or artwork included in each issue. Videos, sounds, poems, prose, drawings and photographs are connected with a source text through words-links. This way, a new sphere of meaning, a rhizomatic field of expression is being formed.

a glimpse of the evidence, the fire, the flesh, the unprotesting flavourless tongues.

THE POLITICS ISSUE

ISSUE 18 . CORPORATE CANNIBAL

ISSUE 17 . GAIA’S FLESH

ISSUE 16 . CRANBERRY JOUISSANCE

ISSUE 15 . THE DINNER IS SERVED

ISSUE 14 . THE SPHINX WANTS ME TO GUESS

ISSUE 13 . THE JOURNAL OF MULTIPLE I’S

ISSUE 12 . NEURONIC UNIVERSE

ISSUE 11 . MORE EUPHORISMS

ISSUE 10 . MEDITATION IN NARRATIVE

ISSUE 9 . THE CRACK-UP

ISSUE 8 . SNAFU

ISSUE 7 . WHAT HAPPENED

ISSUE 6 . SOON INTO THE SUMMER I WILL WALK OUT

ISSUE 5 . DELYSID

ISSUE 4 . PURPLE PASSAGE

ISSUE 3 . SEMIOTIC THEORY

ISSUE 2 . THE FUNERAL PARADE OF ROSES

ISSUE 1 . THE VANITY PROJECT

a glimpse of the hollow, the home, the geometric.

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