Journal of Aesthetics and Protest
3424 council Street
Los Angeles CA 90004
|Alan Minsky, Christina Ulke
Ulke, design based on 1st issue - designed by Ben Benjamin
|Mark Allen, Michael
Asher, Michael Baers, Cara Baldwin, Alexis Bhagat, Mariana
Botey, Nathaniel Clark, Nicole Cousino, DRS, Ben Ehrenreich,
Chris Elliot, Karl Erickson, Peter Fend, Aaron Gach, Morten
Goll, E.A. Hansen, Mark Hagen, Marc Herbst, Robby Herbst,
Matt Hope, Maria Karlsson, Olga Koumoundouros, Tessa Laird-Shimada,
Sarah Lewison, Karen Lofgren, Kelly Marie Martin, Yates McKee,
Albert Ortega, Trevor Paglen, Jon Phillips, Patrick Reinsborough,
Bea Schlingelhoff-Gross, Benjamin Shepard, Gregory Sholette,
Michelle Sinagayan, Glen Howard Small, Liz Stromme, Neil Stuber,
Christina Ulke, Sam White.
Jason Brown, Steve and Liz Anderson, Lize Mogel, Julie Connors-Daniels,
Frank Sosa, Animal Charm, Emily Forman, Brett Bloom, Deb Diehl,
AK Press, Trevor Paglen, DSLR, Karen Lofgren, Scott Benzel,
Aaron Gach, Soft Skull Press, Amitis Motevalli, Diane Lent,
B+ and Eric Coleman, Anthony McCann, Jay Erker, Lisa Freedom,
Gwynneth Porter, Mark von Schlegell, Chris Kraus, Mat Gleason,
Daniel J. Martinez, Daniel Malone, Grey Filistine, Greg Sholette,
is a sound artist and writer from New York City. He is co-editor
of "Sound Generation: Recording - Tradition - Politics"
a collection of interviews with 21 sound artists, to be published
this year by Chronoplastics. He recently returned from in India
where he was working on a collection of art historical and philosophical
essays on sound. He speaks broken Japanese, broken Russian and
not much Hindi. Please drop him a line, if you like, at email@example.com.
was born in Mexico City in 1969. She worked in experimental theater
and studied film at the National Autonomous University of Mexico
(UNAM) between 1985 and 1991. In 1991 she moved to London to study
at Central Saint Martins School of the Arts. She lived in London
for seven years, where she worked on many different live arts,
installation projects and exhibitions. In 1996 she returned to
Mexico to do research for her thesis while living and working
in the Zapatista community La Garucha, Chiapas. A current resident
of Los Angeles, she has an M.F.A. from the Studio Art Department
at the University of California, Irvine. Her work in film and
video installation experiments with ritual, coded and subcultural
languages used as tools for critical resistance. She is currently
engaged in the making of the Tezcatlipoca Series; a collection
of short films that appropriate the Mexica tradition into a contemporary
frame of metaphors and references. firstname.lastname@example.org
is a writer based in Los Angeles who writes regularly for L.A.
Weekly, the Village Voice and a bunch of other publications.
Aaron Gach draws
on his experiences as a magician's apprentice, a ninja's disciple,
and a private investigator's observant shadow to help organize
the Center for Tactical Magic.
is a writer/editor and plant geek currently residing in Tucson.
She enjoys making weird concoctions in the kitchen, harvesting
rainwater and smashing the state. email@example.com
is a writer who lives in Los Angeles.
As an artist, besides writing, editing and researching, he makes
art. A practioner of the plastic arts, he studies both the poetic
and political through efforts in different forms and locations
that play with disjunctures between the phenomenological moment
and historic perspectives. Verdant, he has a deeply abiding faith
in the criminal element that lives in his garden. firstname.lastname@example.org
was in a Junior High play about the lost civilization of Atlantis;
a member of chorus, he "sang the body electric." When
he isn't celebrating the moon and the earth he can be found selling
avocados at farmers markets, putting in applications for teaching
jobs he'll never get, petting his cats, and scheming up ways to
use the word praxis. He likes meeting new people who inevitably
will be classified as either theory or practice. email@example.com.
is an artist and writer from New Zealand. She came to Los Angeles
in 2000 to acquire a hyphenated name. However she and her hyphen
are returned to New Zealand in April 2003 as a protest against
war, Hollywood and air pollution. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
is a writer in the Big Apple.
is an artist, writer, and experimental geographer currently working
out of the Department of Geography at the University of California,
Berkeley. His work encodes and decodes physical and cultural landscapes
in ways that challenge the assumptions, proscriptions, and prohibitions
built into human environments. Borrowing
heavily from the physical and human sciences, Paglen uses a broad
range of contemporary media to develop projects for cultural institutions,
activist organizations, and urban landscapes.
is a grassroots organizer and popular educator who has worked
on a range of issues including forest protection, police brutality,
peace in Northern Ireland, indigenous rights. Patrick spent 4
years as the organizing director of the Rainforest Action Network.
Patrick is the co-founder of the Wake Up America Campaign and
the smartMeme project that work to deepen analysis, develop new
social change tools and promote a culture of strategy in direct
action movements. When he's not organizing or dreaming up revolutionary
jargon, Patrick spends his time reading Curious George books
to his son Zev.
is a New York City based public high-school teacher. She can be
reached at 1015 44th Avenue, Long Island City NY 11101-6913
is an active member of The Absurd Response and Reclaim the Streets
New York. He is co-editor of From ACT UP to the WTO: Urban Protest
and Community Building in the Era of Globalization (Verso, 2002).
is an artist, writer, activist and founding member of Political
Art Documentation and Distribution and the REPOhistory. He is
an Assistant Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
is a Los Angeles based public artist, educator and cultural organizer.
Co-founder of http://c-level.cc. Her practice revolves around
articulations of self-institutions and autonomous networks, collaborations
and public dissemination strategies. She currently teaches post-industrial
media theory at UCSD.
recently designed Tino Rodriguez San Jose Museum's exhibition
catalogue. She's an art director for Eclipse advertising.
Sam White lives
concealed in the breast pocket of a meandering giant who, for
many years, has quietly commanded Sam to scribble his notes on
lint and coarse pocket thread. When the writings are complete
the giant holds the lint and coarse thread up to his enormous
eye and mispronounces nearly every syllable. In this way the giant
has gained a wife, a lover, and many admirers who travel countless
arduous miles to hear the giant's brave ruminations on such subjects
as the evil of the tides, action gardening,
and the evil of children. For his service Sam is rewarded periodically
with a crushing avalanche of cornbread that Sam must eat his way
out of all the while giving thanks. email@example.com