Proximity Magazine Issue 008

Public Media Institute

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Winter 2009-2010, Editors: Jim Duignan and Bert Stabler Proximity is a magazine dedicated to contemporary art and culture. This issue includes meditations, conversations, and collaborations around “education as art” from a number of perspectives. Interviews with Mike Bancroft, Nils Norman, Classroom as Seance discussion with Jon Verwoert, Kitty Scott, Anthony Elms and Zachary Cahill, Freeman Murray, Adam Lerner, Colleen Asper, Malin Arnell and Johanna Gusavsson, Bryan Saner, Bert Stabler, Super Inflight and William "Upski" Wimsatt. Contributors include: Eve Ewing, Christa Donner, Chris Kennedy and Cassie Thornton, Michelle Grabner, Antonio Collados and Javier Rodrigo, Michael Piazza, Anne Elizabeth Moore, Lavie Raven, Lisa Junkin, Jazmen McKinnor, Louise Dreier, Elizabeth Knafo, Caroline Liebman, Alexander Keefe, Daniel Fuller, Dara Greenwald, Jesse Senechal, Rebecca Zorach, Jorge Lucero, Huong Ngo, Paul Mack, Andrew Oesch, InCUBATE, Noah Berlatsky, Sara Black and John Preus, Katie Hargrave, Susannah Kite Strang, Emmy Bright, Zach Cahill, Chris Cronin, Bert Stabler, Erin Elder, and Paul Sargent.The cover image is by Todd Baxter, whose Owl Scouts series is featured in the magazine. Portfolios selections include Christopher Michlig, and The Present Group.
Dimensions: 7.5 x 9.5", 184 pages
Materials: Softcover, perfect bound


Public Media Institute

PMI is a non-profit 501(c) 3 community based, art & culture organization located in the neighborhood of Bridgeport. Their mission is to create, incubate and sustain innovative cultural programming through the production of socially engaged projects, festivals, spaces, exhibitions, and media. PMI has published several periodicals including Proximity Magazine, the international arts and culture journal, as well as Lumpen magazine, Materiel Magazine, and Mash Tun Journal. Their main exhibition facility is the experimental cultural center, Co-Prosperity: a 5,000 + sq ft visual arts and performance space that is also home to Lumpen Radio WPLN/105.5 FM. The Buddy store is the newest arm of the PMI non-profit.