May 5, 2007 - Cabinet - Issue 25 available now
May 5, 2007

Issue 25 available now

Cabinet magazine
Issue 25 available now

Cabinet magazine issue 25, with a special section on Insects, available now

Entirely teeming with interesting items, including:

– Christopher Turner on the gall of a famous sexologist
– Mark Dery on the (rather cute) scourge of Southern California
– Sina Najafi in conversation with Hugh Raffles on the language of bees
– Cornelia Hesse-Honeggers artist project on Chernobyls tiniest legacies
– Margaret Wertheim on spiders turned couch potatoes
– David Serlin in conversation with Jeffrey Lockwood on grasshoppers gone wild
– Emilie Clarkes special insert of book lice
And completely crawling with other fascinating subject matter, including:

– Joshua Foer on the minutiae of miniature writing
– Daniel Heller-Roazen on negation delirium
– Kris Belden-Adams on indexicality and horse races
– Charles Goldmans artist project inviting modifications to his ultimate standard
– Leland de la Durantaye amid the llamas outside Heideggers hut
– David Levines artist project on actors not quitting their day-job
– Jeffrey Kastner on the primordial soup of Roy Lichtenstein

For a full table of contents, see www.cabinetmagazine.org/issues/25/

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Cabinet magazine is published by Immaterial Incorporated, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Cabinet receives generous support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Flora Family Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Starry Night Fund of the Tides Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Danielson Foundation, and Two Trees Management.

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