June 10, 2011 - Cabinet - Issue 41, out now
June 10, 2011

Issue 41, out now

Cabinet magazine issue 41, with a special section on “Infrastructure,” available now For a full table of contents, click here. Subscribe here, or buy the current issue .

Strengthening your intellectual foundations with:

– D. Graham Burnett on Thoreau’s love of singing telegraph wires
– Susan Hapgood & Cornelia Lauf on certificates of authenticity in the art world
– David Levine on the evolution of parking shed architecture
– Etienne Benson on narwhal networks
– Claire Lehmann in conversation with Iris Lupu on airport landing infrastructure
– Yara Flores on liturgical sinks
– George Prochnik on sirens, both mythical and modern
– Molly Wright Steenson on the pneumatic postal system of Paris
– Christopher Turner in conversation with Keith Still on crowd control

And lighting up your mental grid:
– James Trainor on the center of the world
– Brian Dillon on blossoming bomb-sites
– Tim Griffin & Lars Bang Larsen on feeling the vibe
– Melissa Gronlund on collective nouns
– James Delbourgo on Sir Hans Sloane’s boxed specimens
– Philip Ording on mathematical objects
– Wayne Koestenbaum on khakis and redheads
– Michael Rossi on Albert Munsell and the problem of orange
– Christopher Turner on bionauts and calorie restriction
– Artist projects by Amie Siegel and Cassandra C. Jones

Cabinet is on sale in the US at independent bookstores, Barnes & Noble, Tower, Borders, 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.

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

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