#327 September - October 2019
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Three words resonate throughout the pages of Flash Art 2020 Winter issue: COEXISTENCE, IDENTITY and PROTEST. While codes to define new standards of identity are being rewritten, populist authorities still distrust the idea of a diversified coexistence of individuals, inciting resistance in physical and digital realms and spreading confusion about who or what to follow or unfollow. This issue invites readers to pay attention to the stereotypes that infect our gaze.
ON THE COVER → ◯ Nora Turato
IN THIS ISSUE → ◯ Adam Jasper on Nora Turato ◯ Omer Fast’s dialogue with an online content moderator ◯ Lauren Halsey on in the false narratives of South Central Los Angeles ◯ Misha Green’s Lovecraft Country ◯ Shaun Leonardo questions ◯ Concepts of ugliness and identification in Cindy Sherman’s work ◯ Charlie Robin Jones considers Prada SS21 collection for its rehabilitation of the ugly and abject in the service of a new collectivity ◯ Dean Kissick talks with Daniel Lopatin about his new studio album Magic Oneohtrix Point Never ◯ Pierre Bal-Blanc’s fourth episode of "The Curatorial Gaze" ◯ A new visual project on CDLM clothing brand by Matthew Linde ◯ Questionnaire on “Queer Correspondence” ◯ A heartfelt Letter from the City by Charles Gaines Matthew Linde; Questionnaire on “Queer Correspondence,” a heartfelt Letter from the City by Charles Gaines ◯ New column release: TELL EVERYONE – first episode on Lana Del Rey ◯ and much more