Edited by
Antonine Scali-Ringwald
English / French
21 x 28 cm

Price: 92 lei

Klima is a print magazine dedicated to contemporary creation and academic research. Aware of the political emergency of our time, Klima wants to be part of the current cultural climate by questioning new forms of contestation and utopia, and by analyzing art and research as spaces of deliberation for the contemporary itself. Klima publishes articles related to contemporary art, art history, art critique, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, gender studies, postcolonial studies, etc.

The first issue focuses on the political and ideological problematics arising from the realm of science fiction. It focuses on relations between imaginary spaces and emancipation, on the omnipresence of technology in our society, and on the idea of an ecological catastrophe. This first issue questions different systems of power through the prism of imagination. Reflections around utopias, dystopias, afrofuturism, gothic futurism and the figure of the cyborg are presented.

Nicolas Ballet, Julie Boukobza, Dora Budor, Alice Carabédian, Loucia Carlier, Jean-Luc André D’Asciano, Caterina De Nicola, Noémie Degen, Gabriele Garavaglia, Mathis Gasser, Antoine Goldet, Donna Haraway, Kimberley Harthoorn, Monika E. Kazi, Kapwani Kiwanga, Quentin Lacombe, Gregoria Lagourgue, Tarek Lakhrissi, Marvin Leuvrey, Emma Panchot, Susanne Pfeffer, Rammellzee, Antonine Scali, Anna Solal, Together!, and Mawena Yehouessi.