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Writing, drawings, and related research contributed to this issue investigating the ‘fluidity and manipulable nature of states’ and their function as ‘conceptual and physical constructions of borders’
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NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation
NOIA Magazine, Issue 3 ‘States’ / Center for Archival Interpretation

Writing, drawings, and related research contributed to this issue investigating the ‘fluidity and manipulable nature of states’ and their function as ‘conceptual and physical constructions of borders’.

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NOIA Magazine 03 ‘States’

ISSN 979-12-210-2276-6
Spring 2024


States are the conceptual and physical constructions of borders - however tenuous - to define ideas and purport control. They are artifices presented as logic, defended as truths, manipulated as oppressions. Fluid and influenceable, we can recreate and redefine the states of the world today. The borders we establish, whether they are physical borders between nations or intellectual borders defining ideas, these constructs of self, country, object, subject, concept can be challenged and pushed into states of flux..

In the realm of facts and truths, it is important to recognise that knowledge and understanding are not fixed entities. They evolve over time as new evidence emerges, perspectives shift, and societies progress. Therefore, it is crucial to continuously analyze, critique, and challenge the states of facts and truths that have been established.

By recognising the fluidity and manipulable nature of states, both literal and metaphorical, we can actively participate in shaping the world and its future trajectory. This can involve advocating for more inclusive and equitable systems, challenging oppressive structures, and embracing diversity and change. It is through continuous reevaluation and the pursuit of knowledge that we can strive for a more just and progressive world.

Interviews + Articles:

Center for Archival Interpretation
Andrew Chee

Mild Routines
Michela Zoppi

Broken Landscape
untitled

Eulogy for Foxfonna Glacier
Caitlin Jakusz Paridy

The Game
Gareth Proskourine-Barnett

Diptychs
Various artists

Hyper-Objects
A. F. Friis-Andersen & A. M. Arevad Gade

Of Shadows and Lights
Interview to Marie Queau by Alexia Autissier

Every Prophet is a Loss
Wassim Z. Alsindi

Identity through a Decolonial Object
Miguel Zambrano

Featured Artists:
More than 70 photographers, filmmakers, and artists from around the world

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164 pages, offset print, open spine binding.

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In response to Zoe Leonard’s exhibition and book ‘You see I am here after all’ (Dia Art 2008), the ‘Center for Archival Interpretation’ presents a screenplay adaptation of its quarterly ‘Journal of Alternative Archives’, a dossier surveying display methods for ‘un-archival’, from 3-screen reconstructions of ‘Raumlichtkunst’ @ctrvisualmusic to Leonard’s ~4,000 postcard reconstructions of Niagara Falls at the Whitney Museum (‘Survey’ 2018 @moca), as applied to a re-reading of the prototypical zombie movie ‘Night of the Living Dead’.

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