Relative Truths: Zackary Drucker interviews Flawless Sabrina for RECAPS

Zackary Drucker: “I had known truth…” Flawless Sabrina: I had known truth and he was a drug addict. Last I heard he was in prison somewhere in New Jersey. But he was very old at the time, so he could

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Relative Truths: Zackary Drucker interviews Flawless Sabrina for RECAPS

Zackary Drucker: “I had known truth…” Flawless Sabrina: I had known truth and he was a drug addict. Last I heard he was in prison somewhere in New Jersey. But he was very old at the time, so he could

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Why Queers Love Astrology by Christopher J. Lee

The queer reluctance to disclose intrinsic natures is a well-theorized subject in cultural criticism, epitomized in David Halperin’s note on the definitional bounds of queerness: “an identity without essence.” Yet enter a room full of queers, and one comes to

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Why Queers Love Astrology by Christopher J. Lee

The queer reluctance to disclose intrinsic natures is a well-theorized subject in cultural criticism, epitomized in David Halperin’s note on the definitional bounds of queerness: “an identity without essence.” Yet enter a room full of queers, and one comes to

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RETHINK ENVIRONMENT LEDITOR PART 1

Martabel Wasserman, Future Happening #1, 2014 Every poster, poem and polemic published in the past eleven issues has come together to make RECAPS a dynamic site for us to collectively theorize the themes we sense in our separate spheres and

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RETHINK ENVIRONMENT LEDITOR PART 1

Martabel Wasserman, Future Happening #1, 2014 Every poster, poem and polemic published in the past eleven issues has come together to make RECAPS a dynamic site for us to collectively theorize the themes we sense in our separate spheres and

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Radio, Paradise, and Nuclear Power: Kaucyila Brooke interviewed by Christina Linorter

  Politics and Narratives in Landscape and Gardens[1] CL: In the Eden’s Edge project we are specifically interested in the relationship of narrative and landscape. In your work you combine exactly these two themes. How did you become interested in

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Radio, Paradise, and Nuclear Power: Kaucyila Brooke interviewed by Christina Linorter

  Politics and Narratives in Landscape and Gardens[1] CL: In the Eden’s Edge project we are specifically interested in the relationship of narrative and landscape. In your work you combine exactly these two themes. How did you become interested in

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Soft Butch by Benjy Russell

Soft Butch is a place of pure concentrated energy that exists between states of explosion and implosion, an alternate universe free of the binary gender system, a place where children are awash in the knowledge that we do not discover new truths,

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Soft Butch by Benjy Russell

Soft Butch is a place of pure concentrated energy that exists between states of explosion and implosion, an alternate universe free of the binary gender system, a place where children are awash in the knowledge that we do not discover new truths,

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A Man Is (Not) A Mountain by Petra Valdimarsdóttir

A MAN IS (NOT) A MOUNTAIN is a project based on my uncle’s horse farm, which lies between isolated mountains in Iceland. As a young girl I spent summers playing with my cousins on his farm but in the past

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A Man Is (Not) A Mountain by Petra Valdimarsdóttir

A MAN IS (NOT) A MOUNTAIN is a project based on my uncle’s horse farm, which lies between isolated mountains in Iceland. As a young girl I spent summers playing with my cousins on his farm but in the past

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Fare Buoyantly II by Joey Lehman Morris

This is a photograph of a portion of Owens Lake, looking northwest, during a dust storm. In 1913, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power began the diversion of Owens’ arteries to feed its own reservoir. Owens lowered for over

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Fare Buoyantly II by Joey Lehman Morris

This is a photograph of a portion of Owens Lake, looking northwest, during a dust storm. In 1913, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power began the diversion of Owens’ arteries to feed its own reservoir. Owens lowered for over

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On Maps by Flora Kao

Recently, I purchased an Army Air Forces cloth chart. The envelope arrived as I was on my way out.  Tearing it open, I glimpsed the frayed edges of a folded silk map. I set the envelope aside, deciding to open

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On Maps by Flora Kao

Recently, I purchased an Army Air Forces cloth chart. The envelope arrived as I was on my way out.  Tearing it open, I glimpsed the frayed edges of a folded silk map. I set the envelope aside, deciding to open

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Sore by Saehee Cho

I was inside of death before I had been born.  My mother had been dead for three minutes when I was loosed from a gash under her navel. My father preferred to not talk about my birth at all but

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Sore by Saehee Cho

I was inside of death before I had been born.  My mother had been dead for three minutes when I was loosed from a gash under her navel. My father preferred to not talk about my birth at all but

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Knowing is Not Naming by Xiaowei Wang

  We never spoke about the end of empires, but when it happened, we had not seen each other for years. Somehow it escaped our taxonomy of the world, in between the causally symmetric balances and the notes you kept in

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Knowing is Not Naming by Xiaowei Wang

  We never spoke about the end of empires, but when it happened, we had not seen each other for years. Somehow it escaped our taxonomy of the world, in between the causally symmetric balances and the notes you kept in

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RETHINK ENVIRONMENT VIDEO PROGRAMMING: featuring Johanna Breiding, Rebecca Lieberman, Vanessa Roveto, Tina Takemoto

End of the Line by Johanna Breiding End of the Line is a multi-media project addressing memory, entropy and the death of analogue photography via the historical and environmental significance of small town Keeler, California. The story of Keeler draws uncanny parallels to the death of analogue

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RETHINK ENVIRONMENT VIDEO PROGRAMMING: featuring Johanna Breiding, Rebecca Lieberman, Vanessa Roveto, Tina Takemoto

End of the Line by Johanna Breiding End of the Line is a multi-media project addressing memory, entropy and the death of analogue photography via the historical and environmental significance of small town Keeler, California. The story of Keeler draws uncanny parallels to the death of analogue

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Lab-grown Ear, 2013 by Sarah Bay Williams

One of five piñatas in the series 2013: the Year in Science. In February of 2013, scientists announced that they had used a 3D printer to print and grow a living ear from living cells. Inside Lab-grown Ear are chocolates,

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Lab-grown Ear, 2013 by Sarah Bay Williams

One of five piñatas in the series 2013: the Year in Science. In February of 2013, scientists announced that they had used a 3D printer to print and grow a living ear from living cells. Inside Lab-grown Ear are chocolates,

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Incendiary Traces by Hillary Mushkin

Contemporary war seems remote and immaterial to most Americans; the public’s images of conflict zones are largely formed through media. However, national leaders and the military have many other tools to visualize conflicts. For example, drawing, cartography and satellite imagery

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Incendiary Traces by Hillary Mushkin

Contemporary war seems remote and immaterial to most Americans; the public’s images of conflict zones are largely formed through media. However, national leaders and the military have many other tools to visualize conflicts. For example, drawing, cartography and satellite imagery

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Excerpt from Pink Trumpet and the Purple Prose by Nikki Darling

Secret Agent Lover Dandelion Whine Lester Cough Syrup Jazz Solo Glamorous Life Love Baby doll baby. Baby doll baby. I look at your pictures and bite my lip. I selfie all this love in your direction. I take little steps

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Excerpt from Pink Trumpet and the Purple Prose by Nikki Darling

Secret Agent Lover Dandelion Whine Lester Cough Syrup Jazz Solo Glamorous Life Love Baby doll baby. Baby doll baby. I look at your pictures and bite my lip. I selfie all this love in your direction. I take little steps

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Surrender by Marcus Civin

Paper accumulates. Among other things, I am a teacher, an art teacher—I get notes and I make notes. I started gluing some of my papers together, making my papers into stuck-together paper chunks, bricks of paper, stuck-together piles, thick clumpy

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Surrender by Marcus Civin

Paper accumulates. Among other things, I am a teacher, an art teacher—I get notes and I make notes. I started gluing some of my papers together, making my papers into stuck-together paper chunks, bricks of paper, stuck-together piles, thick clumpy

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Ecocore Posters by Alessandro Bava

          ecocore download 1 ecocore download 2 ecocore download 3 Checkout E-C-O-C-O-R-E, a bi-annual ecology xine here.

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Ecocore Posters by Alessandro Bava

          ecocore download 1 ecocore download 2 ecocore download 3 Checkout E-C-O-C-O-R-E, a bi-annual ecology xine here.

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Postcard and Photographs by Gustavo Turner

  “Untitled (from ‘Water World’ series)” (2013)   “Landscape with Nude (from ‘Hip Pocket Stills’ series)” (2012)                   “Untitled (from ‘Army World’ series)” (2012)     “Postcard” (2013)

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Postcard and Photographs by Gustavo Turner

  “Untitled (from ‘Water World’ series)” (2013)   “Landscape with Nude (from ‘Hip Pocket Stills’ series)” (2012)                   “Untitled (from ‘Army World’ series)” (2012)     “Postcard” (2013)

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NATURE! This one’s for you! by Chan & Mann

Documentation and costumes from this 2006 performance by Chan & Mann will be on display at Rethink Environment. Assisting in their intervention with Nature, Chan & Mann invited an assortment of native (and exotic) animal assistants, including Mr. Whale, Ms.

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NATURE! This one’s for you! by Chan & Mann

Documentation and costumes from this 2006 performance by Chan & Mann will be on display at Rethink Environment. Assisting in their intervention with Nature, Chan & Mann invited an assortment of native (and exotic) animal assistants, including Mr. Whale, Ms.

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