November 11, 2011 - Cabinet - Issue 43, out now
November 11, 2011

Issue 43, out now

Issue 43, out now

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Don’t miss any clues in this compelling dossier in which:
— Thomas Keenan and Eyal Weizman consider the legacy of Josef Mengele’s remains
— Greg Siegel revisits the scenes of early crime photography
— Lawrence Abu Hamdan explores the new frontiers of sonic surveillance
— Susan Schuppli listens again to the infamous silence of the Watergate tapes
— Clyde Snow discusses the eloquence of bones with Eyal Weizman
— Alain Pottage examines the forensic significance of patent models
— Godofredo Pereira views the theatrical exhumation of Simon Bolivar
— Paulo Tavares tracks Texaco’s oily dealings in the Amazon basin

Then carefully analyze the remaining documentation, as:
— Sianne Ngai investigates the cute, the zany, and the interesting with Adam Jasper
— Wayne Koestenbaum teeters on a gingham brink
— Yara Flores traces umber’s shadowy past
— Brian Dillon follows flying debris
— Bernd Brunner revels in the moonlight
— Mary Cappello contemplates swallowed buttons and inhaled marbles
— John Baldwin unearths a leftover limb
— Yoshikuni Igarashi catalogues the scars on Mr. Honda’s hand

— Plus, artist projects by Rachel Berwick, Goodweather, and Amie Siegel

Cabinet is on sale in the US at independent bookstores, Barnes & Noble, Tower, Hudson News, and Universal News. Also available in Canada, the UK, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Sweden, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. A partial list of retailers worldwide can be found here. A partial list of retailers worldwide can be found here.

Cabinet is published by Immaterial Incorporated, a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. Cabinet receives generous support from the Lambent Foundation, the Orphiflamme Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Andy Warhol Foundation, the Polis-Schutz Family Foundation, the Greenwall Foundation, the Danielson Foundation, Art Matters, and the Katchadourian Foundation.

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