Full of tunnels and cavities that conjoin Chile and Australia, issue #3 of Más allá del fin is “the honeycomb issue.” (Camila Marambio, from the editorial)
To be launched in August 2019 the third issue of Más allá del fin will be published by the Melbourne based art journal Discipline.
Since the Más allá del Fin‘s last issue, published in 2015 by the Bruce High Quality Foundation in New York City, Ensayos has been affirmatively exploring reflexive anthropology, Indigenous knowledge, television, slime moulds, the wisdom of creeks, Gondwana, and the trans-nationality of forests. During this time the challenges of translation and of place-based pedagogy have become central to Ensayos research collectives which is why this third issue of the periodical Más allá del fin brings together new and old texts by authors from across the Pacific ocean to converse on these critical knots.
“can we look
thinking looking knowing intuiting feeling being?
(can we invent such a word?
is it just reflexivity?
or something más allá?)” (Carla Macchiavello, from the editorial)
Texts and collaborations by:
Nico Arze, Joaquín Bascopé, María Berrios, Lucy Bleach, Rebecca Carland, Juan Dávila, Juan Downey, Iris Duhn, Tessa Dwyer, Giuliana Furci, Sarita Gálvez, Carlos Garrido, Christy Gast, Macarena Gómez-Barris, Mary Graham, Lola Greeno, Melinda Hinkson, Helen Hughes, John Kean, Tessa Laird, Greg Lehman, Ursula K. Le Guin, Sarah Lloyd, Ramon Lobato, Carla Macchiavello, Camila Marambio, Josefina de la Maza, Patricia Messier, Eric Michaels, Hema’ny Molina, Stephen Muecke, Denise Milstein, Kevin Murray, Astrida Neimanis, Alison Pouliot, Jay Ruby, Carolina Saquel, Lisa Stefanoff, and Catalina Valdés.
Photo credit: ‘Cyttaria_gunnii’, Alison Pouliot, 2019. Cyttaria grow in association with the tree genus Nothofagus and are hence only found in the Southern Hemisphere, namely in Tierra del Fuego and Tasmania.
Correction. Nothifagus grows in mainland Australia namely Victoria as well