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'Chronic: The Corpse Exhibition & Older Graphic Stories' (August 2016)
'Chronic: The Corpse Exhibition & Older Graphic Stories' (August 2016)
'Chronic: The Corpse Exhibition & Older Graphic Stories' (August 2016)
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'Chronic: The Corpse Exhibition & Older Graphic Stories' (August 2016)

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From the publisher: 
  
“The Chronic is a quarterly gazette borne out of an urgent need to write our world differently, to begin asking new questions, or even the old ones anew. 
  
"We wrote, we got our friends and partners to write, draw and photograph, we edited, and we compiled. We sought out stories that articulate the complexity, the innovation, thinking and dreams – all the things that make life sustainable in this place. We favoured writing, art and photography that is open, plural, and inflected by the workings of power, innovation, creativity and resistance – yes, resistance. 
  
"We arrived at a gazette, a collaborative living document that seeks out our capacity to continually produce something bold, beautiful and full of humour. We titled it the Chronic, a nod to both the art of chronicling, of documenting historical events in real time (the time-zone we call ‘now-now’), and because things are, well yes, chronic. The success of this initiative is not how long it lives but that it lives fully, that it travels and inserts itself directly in our lives, takes its place and speaks to the place in which we live, love and work.” 
  
This special edition of Chimurenga’s Chronic was produced in collaboration with the SeMA Biennale’s Mediacity Seoul.  

 

  height 35cm | width 25cm | 100 pages
It includes contributions by Nancy Rose Hunt, Miguel A. López, Catherine Anyango Grünewald, Loyiso Mkize, Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi, Francis Burger, Hussein Nassir Salih, Nikhil Singh, Moses Märtz, Mo Hassan, Jimmy Rage, Phumle April, Native Maqari, Carsten Höller, Michael A. Gonzales, London Kamwendo, and Breeze Yoko.