Issue Two responds to this quote from Henry Lefebvre about the everyday in utopian thought. The issue takes those intimate moments of connection, of reflection, and shows that a utopian vision goes beyond the technological and futuristic to include the day-to-day – time with loved ones, the centrality of care, harmony with our natural world.
We have featured the work of 24 different artists and writers, this issue is equal parts hopeful and necessary. The quality of the work shines through, and we are so pleased to have been able to work with so many talented creatives.
Time passes l o u d l y in rooms like this. There’s a resonance to each movement of the hand, human or clockwork, and every dash, tick, and period echoes echoes across across the white space that surrounds it. The gaps between the seconds , between pen and paper, are futures waiting to beContinue reading “Taking time”