Prism of Reality:
an artist-run journal of art.
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Jeffrey Stuker on the Persistence of the Apple Watch James Cerne in conversation with Merideth Hillbrand on Dancing for Sturtevant Steve Kado on David Levine's Bystanders, Minions and the DARPA Robotics Challenge Andrew Hahn on the Ressurection of Michael Asher's Fountain.
Simon Gabriel on Amalia Ulman Brica Wilcox on Becca Albee Rochele Gomez on Cameron Crone Nick Kramer on Mernet Larsen Christopher Carlton on Generation DIS.
Cover by: Marina Pinksy.
Lucy Lord Campana on Collecting The Future Christopher Carlton on Reading John Kelsey's Junk Mail Rasmus Røhling on the Physical Impossibility of The Broad in the Mind of Someone Living.
Travis Diehl on Joshua Oppenheimer Steve Kado on Pierre Huyghe Candice Lin on Gala Porras-Kim Kevin Rodgers on Cynthia Girard Ken Tam on Mike Kelley, Chris Burden and Jason Rhoades Keith J. Varadi on Samara Golden.
Ian James on Moving Mass and Space in Recession Times Jon McCurley in conversation with Steve Kado on Traffic in Toronto.
Greg Hayes on Fiona Connor Nick Kramer on JJ Peet Lakshmi Luthra on K8 Hardy Matt Siegle on Peter Molyneux.
Cover by: Josh Mannis.
Meghann McCrory and Michael Parker on Why Utopia Now? Matt Siegle on Gesture Performance James Benning in conversation with Chiara Giovando and Travis Diehl on the films of Ken Jacobs Georgia Kennedy on our Material Conditions.
Travis Diehl on The Wooster Group Amy Howden-Chapman on George Herms Steve Kado on Simon Fujiwara Jon Rutzmoser on Roberto Cuoghi.
Cover by: Ian James.
Original photographs by Ian James and Travis Diehl
84 full-color pages
hand-silkscreened vellum jacket
First printing of 3 (green cover) SOLD OUT
Second printing of 12 (salmon cover) SOLD OUT.
A Prism of Reality is a self-evident visuality: a metaphor that insists on the truth of the image it produces. Prism of Reality treats culture as de facto and absolute, itself constitutive of reality. In these pages, we twist the self-actualizing rhetoric of the New Right into a renewed radical politic. We aim to raise the stakes of art and art discourse. Prism of Reality is distributed internationally in print and online, and is released every nine months.