Our second issue will explore rhythms. We welcome projects that examine, both in form and content, the cadences at work in time, sleep, love, mathematics, sense, sex, memory, war, and other realms.
We are interested in the way rhythms act between instants as generative forces, cutting across temporalities and subjectivities. How does rhythm structure and deconstruct experience and materials?
For this issue, our contributors have stretched thinking and writing collaboratively to its experimental limits. Some have collaborated with other humans; some with other disciplines; and some with the figments of legacies both known and unknown. The results are beautiful and surprising, both in form and in content.
ISSUE #1 CALL FOR PROJECTS