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Fillip is pleased to announce the worldwide availability of its fifteenth issue.
Fillip 15 initiates a new, ongoing series of texts entitled Apparatus, Capture, Trace examining the links between biopolitics and photography. The series opens with essays by Saul Anton on Osama bin Laden and Gabrielle Moser on the work of Jon Rafman, alongside an introduction by series editor Kate Steinmann.
The issue also continues essays from the Intangible Economies series, which is the focus of a three-day forum co-organized by Artspeak, running November 18 to 20 in Vancouver. Presenting speakers will include Melanie Gilligan, Hadley+Maxwell, Candice Hopkins, Olaf Nicolai, Monika Szewczyk, and Jan Verwoert, as well as series editor Antonia Hirsch. The event will be broadcast worldwide on Livestream.
Also in Fillip 15:
Christian Hänggi on Stockhausen and 9/11
Christian Nagler and Joseph del Pesco on curating and algorithms
Chris Fitzpatrick and Post Brothers on parasitical practices
Christina Linden on survivalism and sustainability
Peta Rake on artist-run initiatives in Brisbane
Plus a Criticism Roundtable with Julian Myers, Tara McDowell (the Exhibitionist), and Alexander Provan (Triple Canopy), among others
The issue also investigates WikiLeaks: Axis of Reputation, a research-based project by Metahaven produced in conjunction with Fillip 15. Part of Metahaven’s ongoing Transparency, Inc. (2010–), the work interrogates the constantly fluctuating image politics of the online whistleblower Web site WikiLeaks.
Orders and Subscriptions
The fall issue of Fillip is available for 15 USD, shipped internationally via Paypal and is distributed by Motto Distribution (Europe), Disticor (Canada/US), Textfield Distribution (US), and the Book Society (Asia). Subscriptions are available via the Fillip Web site.
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