Journal of Aesthetics & Protest 6
Edited by Marc Herbst, Robby Herbst and Christina Ulke
Los Angeles: The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, 2008
Dimensions: 9.25" x 6"
Binding: perfect bound
Edition size: unknown
ISBN-13: 978-0-9791377-4-7, ISBN-10: 0-9791377-4-8
This nice thick collection is more of a book than a magazine, the 6th, put out by the great folks at the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest.
Here is how they describe the issue:
Crafted & collected for 7 months, this sober eyed jumbo sized brick of a book explores 3 distinct premises in contemporary life: Contemporary Resistant Cultural Practice, Antiwar Activism, Contemporary Critical Theory. The book comes with in depth analysis of activist and art projects as well as resolute analyses of cultural conditions by people we'd like you to read.
The Three Sections Are:
I Love To We
Amy Franceschini, Fritz Haeg, Bonnie Fortune, Brett Bloom, Julianna Parr, Mark Chamberlain, Charlotte Sáenz (aka Lozeh Luna), Kelly MarieMartin, Aviv Kruglanski, Kate Rich, Ben Schaafsma, Aimee Le Duc, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Veronica Wiman, Town Hall Meetings (Daniel Tucker, Nato Thompson and LA Participants)
Andrew Boyd, Ashley Hunt, Alexandra Juhasz, Steve A Anderson, Veterans for Peace, Art for a Democratic Society, Janet Weil (of East Bay Code Pink), Center For Tactical Magic, Eric Estenzo, Ehren Tool, Hillary Mushkin, Jene Despain, Keith Hennessy, John Carr (of LA VS WAR), Lizabeth Eva Rossof, Melissa Day, Scott Campbell (of Direct Action to Stop the War), Sandy Wood
Another Theory Section
Sharmina Afsana Hossain, Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen, J Cookson, Dorit Cypis, Karla Diaz, Mindy Faber and Open Youth Networks, Marc Leger, Ami Motevalli, Renaming Bush Street, Mark Rodriguez, Gregory Sholette, Greg Smithsimon, Steve Stuffit, Tran, T. Kim-Trang, Annette Weisser, Grant Wahlquist, Rebecca Zorach