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Issue 02: Field Work - Limited Second Print

Fall 2018

$18.00

Inspiration for Issue 02 stemmed directly from the work that we saw artists engaging with around Boston. As you flip through these pages, you’ll find that “Field Work” does not exclusively refer to a granular methodology, but rather extends to artists, writers, designers, and scientists whose work directly engages with the land we occupy. This issue concerns itself with the human experience, the symbiosis between existence and environment, and our relationship to Earth, matter, and its elements. Throughout these pages, we are posed with questions of stewardship, agency, and empathy towards our planet. “Field Work” presents an opportunity to evaluate our relationship to Earth and to one another as collaborators on this planet.

Cover: Cassandra Klos.

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In this Issue

Title

Author

Category

Link

Inside the Watershed: The ICA Sails Across Boston Harbor

Olivia Kiers

Review

READ

A Farewell Trail: The “Hemlock Hospice”

Sophie Kissinger

Review

READ

Studios Without Walls Explores New Environments for Public Art

BAR Editorial

Review

A Stage for Emergence: Fujiko Nakaya’s Installations Reveal Fog as a Sculptural Medium

Jameson Johnson

Feature

READ

Afterlife in Detroit Isabella Achenbach Feature

Isabella Achenbach

Feature

READ

Clint Baclawski Imagines an Ad-less America in Flashing Lights

Phil Zminda

Feature

Post Partisan: A Look Inside For Freedoms’ 50 State Initiative

Pola Dobrzynski, Mirabelle Espady, and Madeline Jorn

Concept

Reframing Boston’s Waterfront: The Emerald Tutu’s Approach to Climate Change

BAR Editorial

Concept

Island of Simulation: Three Monologues

Andrea Carrillo

Concept

Surface Tension: An interview with Katarina Burin

Lauren Pellerano Gomez

Interview

Ground Control: A conversation with Cassandra Klos

Lauren Pellerano Gomez

Interview

NCAA + QSS: In conversation with Maria Molteni

Courtney Stock

Interview

Field Notes from the Human Garden: In Conversation with Lani Asuncion

Çaca Yvaire

Interview

Hope is a Consequence of Action: A Conversation with Jane D. Marsching

Mark Alice Durant

Interview

Placing the Uncanny Valley on Google Maps

Stella Egelja

Critical Perspective

A Reconfigured Simulacrum: The Contemporary Art Diorama

Betsy Willett

Critical Perspective

To Sense The Land, As It Is

Laura Knott

Critical Perspective

Historical Amnesia, Patriotism, and the Boston Tea Party Museum

Jessica Caponigro

Critical Perspective

Articles from this Issue

Issue 02Nov 30, 2018

Afterlife in Detroit: The Story of a Man, an Egg, and a Train Station

Profile by Isabella Achenbach

Issue 02Oct 08, 2018

A Farewell Trail: The "Hemlock Hospice"

Critical Perspective by Sophie Kissinger

Issue 02Sep 16, 2018

A Stage for Emergence: Fujiko Nakaya’s Installations Reveal Fog as a Sculptural Medium

Review by Jameson Johnson

Issue 02Sep 03, 2018

Inside The Watershed: ICA Boston Sails Across the Harbor

Feature by Olivia Kiers