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“places i hide (Lake Michigan in Autumn)” 2021 4.5 x 6.5 mixmedia collage on paper

My work as a print “places i hide (Lake Michigan in autumn)”2021 will be in each shipment of the Field Guide. Thank you markkingismarkings, asana, and popupmagazine ! I added my original photography and poem that were used in the making of this piece to this post. FIELD GUIDE is an audio + art project made for the world around us, presented with support from @asana For FIELD GUIDE, We asked an eclectic group of artists to explore their surroundings: the colors on a morning walk, the beauty of a moonlit sky, the flow of water to the ocean, the sounds of a busy street.⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠The visual journal is 70+ pages of beautiful photo stories and illustrations, commissioned and produced by the @popupmagazine creative team (also responsible for @californiasunday ’s memorable photography).⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ FIELD GUIDE is presented with support from @Asana. Listen now wherever you get your podcasts and order the special print edition at @popupmagazin

Shifting the Conversation to Center the Pioneers of Abstraction

Issue 001/Spring 2021


This issue features 120+ pages of interviews, essays, reviews, and artwork. Interviews highlight artists Shinique Smith, Christa David, Raisa Kabir, Soyoung Kim, Ashante Kindle, and more. Essays include personal reflections on Bernice Bing, Alma Thomas, Mildred Thompson, and other Black and brown womxn and non-binary pioneers of abstraction.

A’Driane Nieves, Editor-in-Chief Abbie Beach, Creative Direction Jonai Gibson-Selix, Art Direction + Design

Mia Paltrow-Murray, Design Sarah Dorfman, Copy Editor

Contributors include : Colony Little, Wìt Lopez, Jahunyia Healis, Shaquille Heath, Alexandra M. Thomas, Daricia Mia DeMarr, Shiri Shah

“….horizons.” 4.5 x 6.5 2020 collage on paper

https://www.anarchistreviewofbooks.org “The latest issue of ANARCHIST REVIEW is back from the printer and headed your way. In this issue we feature new fiction by James Kelman; delight in the revolutionary art of William Pope.L and N Masani Landfair; listen to Elissa Washuta and Theresa Warburton discuss White Magic and violence in anarchist communities; celebrate Douglas A. Martin’s anti-true crime masterpiece Wolf; appreciate the life and work of Chinese American photographer Corky Lee; and talk to Jim Shepard, Patron Saint of the Maladapted, about the project of literature in precarious times. Ashlyn Mooney looks at radical publishing in Appalachia; Nick Mamatas takes on John Zerzan’s latest foray into the jungles of symbolic thought; and I talk with technologist James Yu, who is training artificial intelligence to write, read, and critique fiction. ALL POWER TO THE IMAGINATION” #carahoffman

“catch 22 II” 2020 in the collection R. Cherry


Thank you Marc Lepson https://marclepson.com


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