The Quarterly is currently accepting submissions for the upcoming Q15: HYPEROBJECTS. An in-depth examination of Timothy Morton's concept of "Hyperobjects"-- viscous, molten, nonlocal, phased and interobjective things which cannot be understood or fully perceived from a single vantage point. Morton describes Climate Change as one such Hyperobject—how might this concept shift our perceptions of art and ecologies? Please email artist pages, reviews, process papers, conference reports, and essays to: email@example.com. Submissions open until issue is filled.
Third of a four-part series on the pillars of sustainability. What is social equity? How do art and performance define and address it? Focus on questions of access, material, meaning and communication in communities both human and non-. With contributions from Theresa May, A.Laurie Palmer, Ross Stanton Jordan, Kristina Wong, Corinne Erni and Anne-Marie Melster.
Though the environment is necessarily a key theme in a Quarterly devoted to sustainability, in this issue we take a particularly sharp focus on it. In particular, we examine environment in scenography, performance, art and theater. Part two of a four-part series on the four pillars of sustainability.
While many of our issues have featured work that is ecologically and environmentally engaged, in this issue, we will take a look at economic models in our cultural spheres. We’re particularly interested in new models & infrastructure, art work or performance staged in response to economy, and reflections on our current cultural state.
The tenth issue of the CSPA Quarterly is about renewing, refreshing, and rewinding. This issue contains content from contributors who were part of Issue #1, along with new perspectives. Contributors include Plantable (Megan Moe Beitiks, Bronwyn Preece, Lisa Woynarski), Linda Weintraub, Sam Goldblatt, Emily Theys with Dance Exchange, Olivia Cambell, and Thomas Rhodes, with featured artwork by Dianna Cohen.
Our issue on Science/Art features a preview of the CSPA Fusebox Festival study, writing from Sarah Moon and Alyce Santoro, a report from Moe Beitiks on the first annual Moscow Science Art Conference, and an excerpt from Lina Weintraub's new book. Through this issue, we explore the connection and complex relationship that exists between science and art.
Our third international issue focuses on projects that call attention to topics that extend well beyond national borders. With a focus on interdependence, and an abundance of contributions about water, ice, and sea rise, this issue addresses the space between national borders- our oceans. Featuring work from Moe Beitiks, Chantal Bilodeau, Eve Mosher, Michael Pinksy, Christopher Robbins, and Liz Ward.
Cultures around the world rely deeply on both local creativity and agricultural activity. Creative culture and agriculture are inextricably linked, and both are facing challenges as we globalize. This issue contains stories from public projects, visual installations, film, and theater, and examines local vegetable farming, cotton and rice paddy industries, and shrimpboating.
In the sixth issue of the CSPA Quarterly, we asked for work that allows what is typically invisible to the human eye to be visible, tangible, and understandable. Work came to us from Silke Walther & Thomas Rappaport, Jane D. Marsching, Christopher McNulty, Marissa Prefer, and Norm Magnusson.
Our fifth issue of the CSPA Quarterly called for work related to International Initiatives. Contributors include ARTPORT, Arts in the One World, Forum for the Future, Moe Beitiks, Roberta Holden, JB Kyabaggue and Emily Mendelsohn, and Shinji Turner-Yamamoto.
The summer edition of the CSPA Quarterly. In this issue we look at issues of sustainability around digital artwork. With articles and work from Adobe Systems, Chi-wang Yang, Adam Frank and others.
In this issue, we’re working against the stereotypes of the form, and attempting to broaden its term. As always, we’re exploring our chosen theme across disciplines and were delighted to include sculpture, visual art, theater, public art, and media art in the following pages. Instead of asking for…
Issue on International eco-policy and its relationship to art and culture, featuring work from Copenhagen during the United Nation's conference on climate change in December, 2009. Contributors include: Jessica Broderick Lewis, Ian Garrett, Aviva Rahmani, Miranda Wright, David Berridge, Rachel Lois…
This edition of The Quarterly explores sustainable arts practices in performance, visual art & installation, green touring, and eco-policy. Articles include ‘Code Green: A Comparative Look at Worldwide Cultural Policies for Green Events,’ by Sam Goldblatt. This edition’s featured artist is Diann…