Daan van Golden, Taryn Simon and Brian De Palma in conversation, David Graeber, Roman Ondák, Damien Hirst, the 50th anniversary of the Oberhausen Manifesto, Antoni Tŕpies, Rosalind E. Krauss on William Kentridge's Norton Lectures, Mario García Torres, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Adrienne Rich, and Vaginal Davis on Jabberjaw.
One of the seven deadly sins, sloth has long been reviled in the Christian world. But as capitalism appropriated the Christian tradition of work and recast it as the ethical imperative of its own secular new world order, laziness was revaluated by philosophers, writers and artists as a means of resisting the prevalent social order and its gospel of profit-driven hard work.
Rome was not built in a day, but can an issue of a quarterly magazine be produced in 24 hours? This is the question that this issue of Cabinet attempts to answer. Inspired by the resourcefulness of the bricoleur making do with what is at hand, Cabinet issue 44, with a special section titled "24 Hours," sees writers and artists across the world respond to assignments in the space of one day.
From the rule of "an eye for an eye" in the Code of Hammurabi and the Old Testament to the rise of the reforming "penitentiary" in the nineteenth century, from Kant's notion of the right of retaliation to historical-philosophical explorations by Michel Foucault and John Rawls, the question of punishment has long been central to religious, political and philosophical discourse.
Found Magazine # 2 Found Magazine
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FOUND gets older, FOUND gets bigger. #2 bursts with the best lost and rediscovered stuff from around the world. There's a US history lesson courtesy of Justin Hensal ("Paul McCartney was knighted"!). A pitch from the up-and-coming "Asian Oprah"--so you can say you knew about him before he got big. And an amazing story of intrigue, sex, and swords set in China during the 30s. Don't pass up 100+ pages full of found notes, bulletins, photos, illustrations, + more!
Enter the minds and hearts of strangers -- a soldier writing home from Vietnam, a college student proposing an affair to her professor, and the dwindling clan of aging hippie volleyball players. Also, a FOUND crossword puzzle, FOUND fan letters to Li'l Kim, Avril Lavigne, and Dolly Parton, and correspondence from the Twilight Zone's Rod Serling. Plus interviews with Okkervil River, Classified, damali ayo, and tons of other amazing notes, letters, pictures, comics, and more!