BUT THERE IS NO LAND NEAR THE END by A&E Collective
270x340 mm, 32 pages, Newsprint, Saddle stitched, 2018.
“This 32 page self-published newspaper provides a lateral documentation of creative responses to a changing climate from practitioners both local and international. It is a project that attempts to disrupt existing notions of eco-aesthetics and trace the movement of alternative modes of being, seeing and relating to the more-than-human. The existential implications of living and dying in the anthropocene, or the current geological epoch defined by human activity on the planet, are addressed through a variety of submissions from drone poetry to peat bog running.
Contributors: Anne Mie Bak Andersen, Guy Butters, Chris Boyko, Richard Carter, Jessica Copping, Mike Elm, Harriet Fawcett, Ruth Elvira Gilmour, Oriana Haddad, Zoe Hamill, Duncan Herd, Marc Johansen, Michael Kelly, Mari Keski-Korsu, Rita Leduc, MSL & Jaakko Pallasvuo, Max Parnell, Bärbel Praun, Maria Sledmere, Ben Soedira, Arun Sood, Sissel Thastum, Bastian Birk Thuesen, Anna Wachsmuth, Ava Williams, Wendy Wischer + Kathryn Wood.