NOV/DEC 2020

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Editor's Letter

Practices of Realignment

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Recognizing our interdependence with our environments and earth’s diverse organisms is becoming increasingly critical as the planet’s ice caps melt at rates beyond scientists’ expectations, wildfires ravage lands from California to Siberia, and droughts and floods threaten the food security of millions.

One On One

Raja’a Khalid on Kurt Vonnegut

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The first Kurt Vonnegut book that I ever read was his memoir, A Man Without a Country (2005)—incidentally, the last title that he had promised to write and publish. It was 2006, and my father had picked up a copy from an airport. 


Picture Window with Two Chairs. In Memory of Siah Armajani (1939–2020)

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I first met Siah Armajani in 2008 when I became director of the Walker Art Center.


Every Day Earth
The ecological flows of Yukihisa Isobe

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Every Day Earth

Our blue planet has made more than 18,450 full rotations since the first Earth Day took place on April 22, 1970, in major cities and on university campuses across the United States. 


Interspecies Matchmaking
Irene Agrivina

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Interspecies Matchmaking

Born in Yogyakarta in 1976, Irene Agrivina experienced firsthand the seismic social and political shifts that unfolded across Indonesia following the end of Suharto’s 31-year autocratic rule in 1998.


Lost from View
Hương Ngô

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Lost from View

Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai, a prominent communist revolutionary executed by the French colonial government in 1933, is a national hero in Vietnam, where many streets and schools bear her name. 


A Slightly Curving Place

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In 1995, sound recordist Umashankar Manthravadi was invited by Thomas Ault, professor of theater at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, to prove a hypothesis surrounding India’s Rani Gumpha caves: that as well as being a Jain monastery dating to circa 300–100 BCE, they were also a place of performance.

Print Content
Madrid: Mind the gap
Singapore Loses Major Exhibition and Residency Platform
To Conceive of the Curriculum of the Forest
Fun for All
Back in Business
Online Shopping
Shifting Grounds
Restoring the View
Tamara Dean: In the Vanishing Wild
Mae-Ling Lokko: Building Blocks for the Future
Thu Van Tran: The Materiality of Memory
Map Office: Beneath the Concrete, the Ocean
Up Close: Prabhakar Pachpute, Truong Cong Tung, Su Yu Hsin
Meret Oppenheim: Every Idea Is Born with Its Own Form
7th Yokohama Triennale: “Afterglow”
Khaled Sabsabi: A Promise
Xu Zhen: eternity vs evolution
More, More, More
Koo Jeong A: 2O2O
Mark Chung: Wheezing
My Body Holds Its Shape
Hương Ngô: Lost from View
11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art: “The Crack Begins Within”
A Slightly Curving Place
Thao Nguyen Phan: Becoming Alluvium
Kaz Oshiro: 96375
Otherworldly Journeys
Wang Tuo: Memories of Murder

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