From the Editors
UQ11 is about travelling through time and space. We explore how the indeterminate qualities of time, space, architecture, anachronisms, language, society, life, and the physical manifestations of nature exist in the medium of publication and how they exist in the magazine. The issue includes 15 artists and designers with different interpretations and understandings of time and space.
We questioned how personal time and the world’s standard time changed during this particular period. These resonant works of creative expression and critical analysis will be interwoven to fabulate counter histories from fragments in the archives. To dream new horizons where diverse embodiments can freely navigate time and space.
Dom Grant Gui Rojo Torres Jack Olive Juliana Monsalve Carrillo Linxiang Wang Sara Aguiar da Silva Xingshan He Yuhang Sun
Consuming Landscapes Rise and Shine Ephimerality as an Active Agent in the Work of Art Walls Seedlings_: Towards the Seed Tapizando las Paredes del Recuerdo The Nath A Never-Landing Plane: Space in Daniel Greenfield-Campoverde’s Work Fruit Flies like a Banana Memorise the Memories Phenomenology Galar, Dad a Fi. Stone Heritage A Haptic Memory Moments Of Movement La tortilla de patatas de Cosmology in the gardens The Secret Life of Microplastics Faded Memories Cemetery Essence of Ephemeral Holy Fluff Untitled A pious journey in time
Images (above): Sho Shibuya, Felix Helmut Wagner, Qianxun Chen, María Paula Romero Cortés, Kanika Barghav, Santiago Valencia Parra, Vita Clough-Paxman, Elin Thirsk, Octave Cusinberche, Benjamin Olive, Juan Luengo Juan Luengo, Sally Yang, Rasma Ormane, Miho Kajioka, Donghan Wayne, Alys Tomlinson
- 176 x 250 mm
- 92 pages
- Printed by Unknown Quantities at Central Saint Martins
- Printed on Munken Pure Rough Cream 120gsm from G.F. Smith
- ISSN 2055-1479
Nicholas Kimberley, Andrew Brash, Isabel Albiol Estrada, Yi Dai, Matthew Chrislip, Alison Green, Lee Weinberg & everyone who supported our presale