VOL. 43 NO 1, 2022, SÜNYA: STARTING FROM ZERO

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4. Foreword – Joyce Poot and Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

5. Introduction Sūnya: Starting from Zero – Maria Chiara Miccoli

10. The Experience Takes Your Place: śūnyatā as key to the intimacy of visual perception – Nina Romijn

19. Inspiration and Expiration as a Confrontation with Nothingness – Irma Den Hertog

22. How to Cope with Being a Zero Amidst Ones: Existentialism, Nothingness & Binarisms – Maithri

27. Possible Drawings- Wouter Huis

36. The Black Holes of Perception – Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand

41. 0 Starting from Zero at VU Art Science Gallery

54. Ecological Intermezzo – Nina Romijn

55. Symbiosis: Future, Nature & Technology: Epilogue – Sem I. Bannenberg

VOL. 42 NO 3/4, 2021, THE WORLDLINESS OF OIL

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COVER IMAGE & TEXT “SQUEEZE LIKE LEMON”- Clementine Edwards

4. FOREWORD – Joyce Poot and Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

5. INTRODUCTION: THE WORLDLINESS OF OIL. RECOGNITION AND RELATIONS – Anne Szefer Karlsen and Helga Nyman

9. THE DREAMS OF THE PEOPLE: BAHIA BENCHEIKH EL FEGOUN’S “DREAM FRAGMENTS” – Natasha Marie Llorens

15. FROM THE “COURT FOR INTERGENERATIONAL CLIMATE CRIMES”: THE LIVES AND DEATHS OF OIL – Ashley Maum

26. RUMINATIONS ON PETROPUBLICS ACROSS BORDERS – Sanaz Sohrabi

36. SHADES: TRACING PETROMODERNITY THROUGH COLOUR IN RAJA’A KHALID’S “SOLAR FLARE, ALWAYS RED” – Murtaza Vali

46. “OIL IS NOT EXTRACTED EASILY, OUR LIVES ARE SACRIFICED FOR IT”: IRANIAN OIL FICTION – Niloufar Nematollahi

50. “VEIN” – Tove Kommedal

52. THEY LOVE ME, THEY LOVE ME NOT: POETICS OF GENERATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY – Marie Skretting

54. WILL THE RAVENS TURN WHITE? ARTISTS JESSIE KLEEMANN AND INUUTEQ STORCH ON GREENLANDIC OIL FUTURES – Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

63.  IMAGINING ACTIVISM: BLACK, GOLD, DUST – Roshini Kempadoo

69. THE PLASTICITY OF TIME, “MNGRV” – Susanne Kriemann and Ruby de Vos in conversation

78.  VISIBLE PIPELINES IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN VISUAL CULTURE-  María Matilde Morales

86.  SPILLS, CURRENTS, FLOWS: DISRUPTING THE HEGEMONY OF PETROCAPITALISM WITH WATER – Agnieszka Wodzińska

96.  NORTH SEA OIL AND GAS: TANJA ENGELBERTS – Anna-Rosja Haveman

112. ABSTRACTS

116. COLOPHON

VOL. 42 NO 1/2, 2021, SPELLBOUND

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p. 4 FOREWORD – Joyce Poot & Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

p. 6 INTRODUCTION: NAOMI COLLIER BROMS & AMALIA CALDERÓN – Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

SPELLS FOR SKY SERENADERS & WATER WORSHIPPERS: ENCOUNTERS WITH THE MOON, THE SEA, AND SHAPESHIFTING VOICES – Naomi Collier Broms & Amalia Calderón

p. 8 I. Forgotten Magic: Day to Day Childhood Rituals

p. 10 INTRODUCTION: MAYA DOYTCHINOVA – Lisa Marie Sneijder

MERCURY’S MUSE – Maya Doytchinova

p. 20 INTRODUCTION: DUNJA NEŠOVIĆ – Agnieszka Wodzińska

THIS IS MEANT FOR YOU: A MANIFESTATION OF THE ALGORITHMIC IMAGINARY ON TIKTOK – Dunja Nešović

p. 29 INTRODUCTION: ALEXANDER SPORRE – Fabienne Chiang

PARALLEL UNIVERSES OF THE SELF – Alexander Sporre

p. 35 INTRODUCTION: GEORGIA KAREOLA – Esther Scholtes

GROVE IS IN THE HEART: AN EXPLORATION OF HUMAN AND NON-HUMANAGENCYINPOST- ANTHROPOCENIC RITUALS – Georgia Kareola

p. 44 INTRODUCTION: JULIA VISSER – Jasmijn Tony Elfriede Mol

0RPHAN-DRIFT’S BECOMING OCTOPUS MEDITATIONS
AN ARGUMENT FOR THE USE OF FICTION AND THE SUPERNATURAL – Julia Visser

p. 54 INTRODUCTION: FABIENNE RACHMADIEV – Olivera Bucalović

FEMALE SHAMANS: HEALING RITUALS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHE IN THE WORK OF ALMAGUL MENLIBAYEVA – Fabienne Rachmadiev

p. 64 II. Spell for Liminality

p. 67 III. Sex Spells

p. 70 INTRODUCTION: CONVERSATION BETWEEN FEMMY OTTEN AND CHARLOTTE CREVITS – Joyce Poot

INTERVIEW: CONVERSATION BETWEEN FEMMY OTTEN AND CHARLOTTE CREVITS

p. 78 INTRODUCTION: ADELE DIPASQUALE – Manuela Zammit

MAGICAL CEREMONIES OF LANGUAGE HEALING, BINDING AND THINKING THROUGH WORDS – Adele Dipasquale

p. 88 INTRODUCTION: AIMILIA EFTHIMIOU – Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

HERBS FOR LOVE – Aimilia Efthimiou

p. 92 INTRODUCTION: VICTORIA GIANG – Kimberly van Kleef

MAGIC ON THE MARKET – Victoria Giang

p. 100 INTRODUCTION: FABIENNE CHIANG – Danica Pinteric

RITUALS OF HEALING: THE ARTIST AS SHAMAN – Fabienne Chiang

p. 109 IV. The Witch & The Siren: Chapter 2

p. 115 V. Mouthwhippers & Mooncussers

p. 120 ABSTRACTS

p. 128 COLOPHON

VOL. 41 NO 4, 2020, ASSESSING RISK: ON STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE WITHIN ARTS PRACTICE

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p. 5. FOREWORD – Joyce Poot & Anna Sejbæk Torp-Pedersen

p. 7. GUIDANCE NOTE 1: GUEST EDITORS – Isabelle Sully & Eloise Sweetman

p. 8. GUIDANCE NOTE 2: ELIZABETH NEWMAN

p. 9. THE DISTANCE BETWEEN REPRESENTATION AND DOMINATION, OR… WHY WE DO NOT WANT A GOVERNMENT THAT SAYS WHAT IT MEANS, AND MEANS WHAT IT SAYS – Elizabeth Newman

p. 16. GUIDANCE NOTE 3: MARK FRIEDLANDER

p. 17. RISK DIALOGUES – Mark Friedlander

p. 24. GUIDANCE NOTE 4: ANNA DAUČÍKOVÁ

p. 25. ARTIST CONTRIBUTION: UNTITLED [FIRST AID] (1995) – Anna Daučíková

p. 30. GUIDANCE NOTE 5: AMY GOWEN

p. 31. TO PERMEATE THE WALLS AND FLOORS: THE COHABITATION OF VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE INFRASTRUCTURES IN SMALL-SCALE ARTS ORGANIZATIONS – Amy Gowen

p. 40. GUIDANCE NOTE 6: JOSEPH GRIGELY

p. 41. ARTIST CONTRIBUTION: FUCK YOU (2020), BE NICE (2020) – Joseph Grigely

p. 44. GUIDANCE NOTE 7: SRAJANA KAIKINI

p. 45. THE AESTHETICS OF RISK IN ARTISTIC PRACTICE: WHAT IS AT STAKE? – Srajana Kaikini

p. 54. GUIDANCE NOTE 8: VALENTINA CURANDI

p. 55. ARTIST CONTRIBUTION: THIS LABOUR (THAT)
IS NOT MEANT TO BE SECURED: A PROPOSITION OF BEQUEATHMENT (2020) – Valentina Curandi

p. 64. GUIDANCE NOTE 9: LEE KIT

p. 65. ARTIST CONTRIBUTION: HAND-PAINTED CLOTH USED AS FLAG (2004) – Lee Kit

p. 66. GUIDANCE NOTE 10: TOM CLARK

p. 67. THE MAINTAINER AND THE ROGUE READER – Tom Clark

p. 76. ABSTRACTS

p. 80. COLOPHON