We are pleased to announce the launch of From Multidirectional Memory to Multidirectional Moments (MDM), a new long term inquiry and artistic research project organized with the department of Artistic Strategies at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna (Die Angewandte). With Palais des Beaux Arts Wien (PdBA) as a starting point, MDM will bring together a core team of artists including Bernhard Garnicnig (founder, PdBA) and Seth Weiner (current artistic director, PdBA), Antoine Turillon and Stephanie Misa (University of Applied Arts Vienna, Artistic Strategies), and Sarrita Hunn (founder/editor, MARCH) to research geographically dispersed examples of how “multidirectional” approaches to memory challenge assumptions and what new forms are emerging within contemporary art.
Triennials Out of Time is a series of short essays and interviews featuring artistic directors and curators of cyclical exhibitions. Organized by James McAnally for Counterpublic 2023 and published by MARCH: a journal of art & strategy, the series will itself unfold gradually throughout the first several months of 2023.
Unfolding through 2022, Publishing As Protocol gathered together existing and speculative examples from both institutional (cultural) and technological (hacktivist) practices to reflect on how we publish, gather and organize under (and around) platform capitalism.
Over six essays published in 2022, Conversations on Sound and Power gathered exchanges from a wide variety of contemporary artists, scholars, writers, activists, and interdisciplinary practitioners concerned with how sound and ideas about sound shape our historical, experiential, juridical, intersubjective, and current socio-political entanglements.
Following the launch of MARCH in spring 2020, we published a series of dispatches in slow responses to COVID-19’s long-range impact on the fields of art and the urgent uprisings in the United States and elsewhere addressing police brutality, white supremacy and anti-Black violence globally.
Our inaugural print edition occupies the first issue of October in order to reopen an inquiry into the relationship between revolutionary practice, theoretical inquiry and artistic innovation in our time.
Edited by Imani Jacqueline Brown, Black Ecologies is a multigenerational, multidimensional call for scholarship, reading, and action to constellate Black diasporic visions of ecological reparations for a segregated planet.