Mousse is a bimonthly contemporary art magazine. August the month it's meant to happen. Plans get made, the fleetingness of the ruse. She gets dropped within minutes: no more vacation.” Straddling fiction and object-oriented writing, Travis Jeppesen revisits Éric Rohmer’s “The Green Ray.” Between 1967 and 1974, Joachim Bandau made a series of fiberglass works fusing the anthropomorphic with eerie appropriations from technology and industry. Entering into the playful and uncanny spirit of his sculptures, Nick Currie responds with ten short works of fiction. Patricia L. Boyd speaks with Dora Budor on probing the architectural, emotional, and psychological boundaries of an institution; barriers, negative spaces, and loaned perceptions. This isse features a conversation with Sohrab Mohebbi and Fahim Amir that deepens the subject of “solidarity with animals,” questioning anthropocentric socialism and capitalist exploitation and much more.
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