March is a journal of art & strategy.


MARCH publications are available for purchase directly from The Luminary in the US, Press Works in India, and Motto Books in the EU and Internationally.


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. The issue traces radical departures and enclosures articulating our moment through eleven essays assessing the structural issues within visual art and its institutions through strategic criticism, critical fabulation and historiographic transmission, in arts education and its corollary study, as well as Black ecologies, cognitive capitalism and prefigurative social organization.

Edited by Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally, contributors additionally include Taylor Renee Aldridge, Imani Jacqueline Brown, Paloma Checa-Gismero, Tom Clark and Susannah Haslam (adpe), Nora Khan, Warren Neidich, Parsa Sanjana Sajid, Zoé Samudzi, Patrick Scorese, and Andrea Steves.

MARCH 01 is available for purchase from The Luminary in the US, Press Works in India, and Motto Books in the EU and Internationally.

Black Ecologies

Edited by Imani Jacqueline Brown, Black Ecologies proposes the concept of Black Ecologies as a “resistance to extractive ecologies across the colonial-capitalist world.” Recognizing our world is at a crossroads, Black Ecologies is a multigenerational, multidimensional dialogue and a reminder that Black resistance is always already tending to other ecologies of being(s).

Black Ecologies is a call for scholarship, reading, and action to constellate Black diasporic visions of ecological reparations for a segregated planet, featuring contributions by Simone + Trynne Delaney, Thuli Gamedze, J. Drew Lanham, K’eguro Macharia, Amber Jamila Musser, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Romy Opperman, Danielle Purifoy, and Lisandro Suriel.

Black Ecologies is designed by Untitled, a design and curatorial agency based in Marrakech, Morocco. Their proposition draws inspiration from indigenous knowledge systems – most precisely African fractals – not only as geometric figures and forms, but also as a tool to think and produce design principles. The publication is printed by KOPA on recycled paper without plastic coating and ships in compostable envelopes.

Black Ecologies is available for purchase from The Luminary in the US, Press Works in India, and Motto Books in the EU and Internationally.

Counterpublic 2023

Counterpublic is a civic exhibition that weaves contemporary art into the life of St. Louis for three months every three years in order to reimagine civic infrastructures towards generational change.

Counterpublic 2023 is edited by James McAnally and features contributions from Audre Lorde, Dr. Andrea Hunter, Jennifer Colten and Jesse Vogler, and curators Allison Glenn, New Red Order, Risa Puleo, Katherine Simone Reynolds, and Diya Vij.

Co-published by Counterpublic and MARCH, designed by Visitor Assembly and printed by KOPA.

Available for purchase from Counterpublic.

Tools for Radical Study

For Tools for Radical Study: A Collection of Manuals, KUNCI have invited education practitioners from diverse learning spaces to share their tools, which have been developed through collective learning practices. Building on their educational initiative the School of Improper Education, KUNCI uses cross-referencing as a framework to provide a grounded understanding of local study contexts while also engaging in the mobility and connection of people, ideas, tools, and institutions that, in turn, multiply the frame of references in each implicated study practice. All contributors to this publication offer alternative forms of studying that are fundamentally practiced as a mode of sharing and nurturing alternative publics or counterpublics.

Edited by KUNCI Study Forum & Collective and designed by Celcea Tifani and Tasia Loekito.

Contributors include Al Maeishah, Fawaz, Feminist Search Tools, Sanchayan Ghosh, Moelyono, S. Soedjojono and Sindhusiswara, Sima Ting Kuan Wu, and Chen Yun.

Read the introduction.

Tools for Radical Study is available as a free digital PDF (8.6mb) and for purchase from The Luminary in the US and Motto Books in the EU and Internationally.