June 15, 2004 - Cabinet - Issue 13
June 15, 2004

Issue 13

Cabinet Issue 13, with a special section on “Futures”, is available now.

Accompanied by an audio CD featuring contributions by Janek Schaefer, Kara Lynch, Harald Bode, Dwight D. Eisenhower (!), and others.

Artist projects by Elizabeth Demaray, Gebhard Sengmuller, Aziz + Cucher, and others.

For a full table of contents, see www.cabinetmagazine.org/issues/13/
Subscribe online at www.cabinetmagazine.org/shop/

Texts in the “Futures” section and elsewhere include Daniel Rosenberg on Theodor Nelson, the inventor of hypertext; Christoph Cox on the secret division of US artist-soldiers during WWII dedicated to developing new modes of aural and visual deception; Sasha Archibald on the history of the triskelion symbol; Brian Dillon’s interview with Steven Connor on the history of skin; Georges Didi-Huberman on dermographia; Ben Marcus on the color khaki; Joseph Masco on “desert modernism” in Las Vegas and the nuclear test sites in Nevada; Samantha Vincenty on the history of incubators; David Levi Strauss on Leon Golub’s files of found images; and more.

Also in the issue, the definitive, never-to-be-conceptually trumped six-page “Timeline of Timelines.”

For a full table of contents, see www.cabinetmagazine.org/issues/13/

Subscribe online at www.cabinetmagazine.org/shop/index.php?cPath=31

Cabinet on sale in the US at independent bookstores, Barnes & Noble, Tower, select Borders, Hudson News, and Universal News. Also available in Canada, the UK, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Sweden, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Singapore, New Zealand, and Japan. A partial list of stores worldwide to buy Cabinet can be found at www.cabinetmagazine.org/information/wheretobuy.php

Cabinet magazine is published by Immaterial Incorporated, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Cabinet is in part supported by grants from The Flora Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation, The Greenwall Foundation, The New York State Council on the Arts, The National Endowment for the Arts, The Peter Norton Foundation, and The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

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