The last issue of CT for the year–and the last issue before going to a twice-monthly format–ROCKED!
Michael Dickins explores the blunting of awareness and empathy by our mass media in Michael Dickins: PreOccupied.
J. Adam McGalliard works the layers of reality in “Projections“:
“The projected image works as a double-edged sword. It can starkly reveal something that is hidden, like the writhing tattoos of the Illustrated Man, or it can mask an individual as a concealing veil or garment that creates a protected outer hull.”
A fantastic end-of-the-year meditation and killer playlist in Rebekah Goode-Peoples’s “Pay Attention (and then do something).”
In the “Postcolonial Thoughts” column Christopher Hutchinson reviews leading art theorist/curator Nicholas Bourriaud’s The Radicant.
Stellar reflection by Daniel Boscaljon upon the nature of relationship in “all that I had in you was only myself” (image by me).