YUCA, Issue 3 – The Sound Alibi & Time Issue
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YUCA is an independent publication integrating art, photography, culture, and literature.
In each issue we’re inspired by an alibi that entices us to reflect upon cultural constructs and personal identities through visual and written content. In our first issue, called Gastronomic Alibi & Roots, we share stories, articles, photographs, and art pieces with which a variety of collaborators interpret the meaning of the word roots within a gastronomic context.
Our aim was to approach the subject from many possible perspectives and in order to achieve this we invited contributors from different countries and various cultural and professional backgrounds to participate.
In this issue:
In this issue you will find: Instructions to cultivate time. Scores with no notes, no endings, no beginnings. Quests for silence, images of noise.Wake up calls. Buzzing clocks. Hissing muted under water. The universe’s journey from fire to ice, and then from ice to fire. Filling out forms, emptied forms. A buchla played by a woman with light sleep. The omnipresence of absence. Eloquent silence. Futurist pasts. Archives of times to come. The voices and gestures of History. Tradition, Sci Fi and dystopia. Hopeless men. Hopeful millennials.
With contributions from:
Edgar Martins, Katrin Koenning, Newsha Tavakolian, Olga Capdevila, Babak Jalali, Annika Kappner, Maral Deghati, Timothy Prus, Mateo López, Pau G. Valls, Sophie Blais, Carmen Triana, Santiago Rodríguez Tarditi, Andergraun Films, Madelon van Schie, Der Greif, Joao Lima, Hans Laguna, Andy Poole, Anna Pahissa, Xavi Alías, Lautaro Mantilla, and more
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