Bad Subjects #90: Space
Is space the final frontier, or a steadily-shrinking zone of permission?
This issue's trajectory spans heliocentric worlds of science, politics, the arts, the interpersonal. Show us your space-age optimism, Space Art, spatial illusion (like Virtual Reality), science fiction, militarization of space, privatization of space travel, psychedelia, architecture and interiors, urban or rural physical and psycho-geographies, incarceration, personal space (for collective protest, or privatized Air BnB and second homes), and of course the spaces and interstices you discover in-between.
Satellite of Love, from NASA to Nassau please send us your meteorites and moon rocks of intelligent discourse. Please become familiar with the publication through our archives and then blast off into previously unexplored realms of thought and political analysis.
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readers (no footnotes, please) and submit articles as .rtf or .doc
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