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This issue examines Space of all kinds.
- Space: An Introduction
Space is something to explore (determined by your residential status, citizenship or race) or to occupy in 2016.
- Our German Space
John Philipp Baesler
The humanitarian crisis at Europe’s doorsteps is producing raw emotions of fear, anger, and especially in Germany, defensiveness.
- Democracy vs. Begging at City Council
One organization teaches homeless kids art, community, survival, and self-respect. Some 40 of them showed up at the council meeting to beg that its funds not be cut. What does it mean that one has to beg one’s representatives for recognition?
- My Art Haven vs. Corporate Tax Havens
It always boils down to community for me. I know that my welfare is directly related to the welfare of those around me. The property taxes that I pay to the city will directly benefit my community.
- The Orbital View: Posthuman Architecture in the Age of the Zero Point City
There is an emergence of mega-structures no longer situated in the human scale but designed for the "orbital" gaze.
- Space, Murals and the Social Sublime
Critics and art historians should recognize all the potential sources of power in murals, especially the possible roles of the buildings themselves in defining social space.
- Jim Shaw: Architecture, Page, Dreamspace
Architecture is a weight upon the landscape. Dreams often defy weight, yet in some dreamers—like artist Jim Shaw—architecture often shapes the action taking place in the dream.
- Our Bodies, Ourselves: Vulnerability, Liberation, and Space in Feminist Films
These films offer us critical vision about women's space and our deepest desires.
- Why Did I Write a Rocket Opera?
What was it about the moon that appealed to the “Mad Men” era technocrats in both blocs? Why was the moon the big target?
- Space Music
The three Miller brothers grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan together. There they developed their concept of space music.
- The Next Big Fear: What Digital Games Really Teach Us about Information Security
While Hollywood has made great strides in accuracy in recent years, most depictions of hacking are comically inaccurate. Unfortunately, popular media may be the only exposure that some people have.
- American Safety, Security, Freedom (and) Unlimited Corrections
A One Act Play
- Massaging Political Message Space
Chad M. White
The artist portrays.
- You Take Up Space
If you go to any place often enough, you create your own space within.
- The Space Junk Remediation Project
Proposed solutions for remediation of orbital debris, "space junk".