#327 September - October 2019
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Over the past year, we have begun to notice a change in how our feelings manifest — from genuine physical sensations to cognitive gestures informed by geopolitics. Flash Art’ SPRING 2021 Issue titled “The Age of Love” embodies this condition. Titled after Chus Martínez self-reflective text which points out the need for an imagination of immanence, of epistemological togetherness, of freedom and love.
COVER STORY → ◯ Helen Marten
FEATURING → ◯ Benjamin Piekut on Anne Imhof ◯ Alex Bennett on Helen Marten ◯ JaBrea Patterson-West on Julie Mehretu ◯ Andrea Bellini in conversation with Babak Radboy on TELFAR ◯ "Music as a True Statement." Taja Cheek in conversation Carl Craig ◯ Noam Segal on Hito Steyerl ◯ Letter From the City: Kaspar Muller, Zurich ◯ Chus Martinez’s “The Age of Love: Notes toward a Nonbinary World” ◯ Charlie Robin Jones on Grace Wales Bonner ◯ TELL EVERYONE Column-Episode II: Promising Young Woman ◯ Selected readings on the 90’s from Flash Art Archive, worldwide reviews, and much more