Wonderflux: A Decade of e-flux journal

A series of visual essays to commemorate the tenth anniversary of e-flux journal

Wonderflux: A Decade of e-flux journal

In WONDERFLUX you will find yourself in front of disappearing mirrors held up to curators, critics, and artists; sailing through counterfactual universes; face-to-face with cold-blooded killers, faceless men, weary but buoyant prophets; all the while imbued with stubborn thriving and stubborn refusal to be moved or monetized, and once in a while having earnest conversa­tions with robot(s and) workers.

The authors included here have shaped the varied concerns and urgencies of e-flux journal since 2008. As a theory-driven art journal made up entirely of hypertext and digital images and embraced by academic circles, we sometimes wonder about the artistic and sensual use of text and image. Does the thinking of some of our favorite authors also speak to a place beyond floods of automatic links and references and rectangular photographic portals? To a broader and more applied artistic domain like the imaginative sensibility of illustration, where entire worlds arise from the simple and deliberate placement of lines on paper?

Including contributions from Liam Gillick, Reza Negarestani and Keith Tilford, Keller Easterling and Meijia Xu, Hu Fang and Mojo Wang, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi and Andrew Alexander, Elizabeth A. Povinelli and Clara Bessijelle Johansson, Raqs Media Collective and Freddy Carrasco, and Martha Rosler and Josh Neufeld.

Capitalism, Museums, Labor & Work, Drawing, Aesthetics, Bodies
Animation & Cartoons, Futures, Futurism, Food & Cooking, Curating, Consciousness & Cognition, Robotics, The Cosmos

April 25, 2023
10.7 x 15.7 cm, 112 pages, softcover, 20 full color pages, 75 b/w pages.
ISBN 978-3-95679-567-1

Published by:
Sternberg Press

Distributed by:
The MIT Press

Foreword by
Julieta Aranda, Brian Kuan Wood, Kaye Cain-Nielsen, Anton Vidokle

Tyler Boss and Courtney Menard



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