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Activation as Freedom in Cosmococas

by Lydia Mullins, University of Chicago Originally published in the 2017 edition.   I arrived as if it were the limit of everything: the need to develop more and more something that would be extra-exhibition, extra-work, more than a participating

Activation as Freedom in Cosmococas

by Lydia Mullins, University of Chicago Originally published in the 2017 edition.   I arrived as if it were the limit of everything: the need to develop more and more something that would be extra-exhibition, extra-work, more than a participating

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2017

The Expanded Landscape For the second edition of JAC, we asked writers and artists to rethink landscapes—sociopolitical, natural, digital, pictorial, psychological, contemporary. How might landscapes become immaterial? What are the contours and limits of real or virtual frontiers? In the

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2017

The Expanded Landscape For the second edition of JAC, we asked writers and artists to rethink landscapes—sociopolitical, natural, digital, pictorial, psychological, contemporary. How might landscapes become immaterial? What are the contours and limits of real or virtual frontiers? In the