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un Magazine 16.1 

un Projects is now calling for proposals for un Magazine 16.1, edited by D Harding and Hilary Thurlow, to be published in June 2022.

Issue 16.1 and 16.2 of un Magazine in 2022 will be guided by a format instead of a theme. The format will be: the annotated bibliography. The annotated bibliography traditionally summarises texts through reflections and annotations to evaluate and discursively interrogate both its origins and content. 

Image credit: Knorrige Eiche an deren Stamm sich ein Ochse scheuert (As ox rubbing against an oak tree), 1795/6, Etching, Print made by: Carl Wilhelm Kolbe, Published by: Gerhard FleischerBritish Museum Collection. 

un Magazine 15.2
Ed. Snack Syndicate,

… As we re-emerge from a period of isolation, we are confronted by ongoing and intensifying crises that pose a threat to a collective vision of the future and reproduction (of the body, the environment, the social sphere). This issue of un takes metabolism as its theme. Metabolism refers to the process through which food and drink is transformed into energy. Metabolism names the material relation that links a body and its world. Bread, milk, fat, and water turn into blood, labour, desire, and breath. Metabolism always implies social reproduction; the activity of living requires the conditions of livelihood; energy requires sustenance; effort requires rest; and the working body depends on the body under care and in nourishment. The history of the wage relation and the structure of the working day have changed the way we eat, store fat, and go hungry. This history includes the introduction of sugar, coffee, tobacco, and other commodities that are inextricable from the working day and labouring body …

More information on launch locations coming soon …

Cover: Sarah Ujmaia, How to Write a Star, 2021

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