The Posthumanist announces launch party celebrating debut issue this September
The Posthumanist magazine is hosting a launch party for their debut issue this September. Held at Biblioteka in London on the 23rd of September, you can join founding Editor Anna Nagele and the team as they celebrate issue 1 ‘Sleep/Schlaf’. The event listings notes there will be an on site installation by designer Liina Lember on the night, as well as a reading by the artist and writer Sharon Kivland and a performance by the artist Frank Wasser. Their Peckham event will be the first for The Posthumanist as it looks to launch their bi-lingual, “more-than-human” magazine.
Their official website notes, “The Posthumanist is a bi-annual, bi-lingual (English and German) magazine featuring art, design, technology and literature. Each issue will present one theme from various more-than-human perspectives, inviting readers to imagine what living together on planet earth is and could be. The idea for the publication emerged from a desire to discuss concepts and expressions of critical posthumanism and feminist new materialism in contexts outside of theory and to explore what inclusive futures could feel like.” The inaugural issue includes, “a ritual for interspecies connection, exclusive interviews with the world renowned artist Daria Martin and the leading behavioural sleep scientist Dr. Michael Grandner, poems and new pieces of art writing by the likes of Frank Wasser and Sharon Kivland. In the center of the magazine you find a calendar for the year, Ted Hunt’s Circa Flora, illustrated by Saoirse Eegan.”
As well as the performances and readings, drinks and nibbles are also promised. Tickets are free and can be booked through Eventbrite here.
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