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.
Anne Mie Bak Andersen / Guy Butters / Chris Boyko / Richard Carter / Robin Dowell / Harriet Fawcett / Ruth Elvira Gilmour / Oriana Haddad / Zoe Hamill / Duncan Herd / Michael Kelly / Mari Keski-Korsu / Rita Leduc / Bärbel Praun / Maria Sledmere / Arun Sood / Sissel Thastum / Bastian Thuesen / Anna Wachsmuth / Ava Williams / Wendy Wischer / Kathryn Wood
⇢ The publication is available to purchase here
⇢ A critical reflection by Maria Sledmere on A+E’s debut publication and launch event, 'But There is No Land Near the End' and introduction to the workings of the collective here.