Hurrah! The TIME issue of Materiality is back from the printers & ready to be posted or downloaded to YOU. Head over to the pinknantucket press shop immediately to purchase your copy at the special launch price of $10. (Prices will go up in September to a much much more expensive $15 so you should really buy it now).
This issue of Materiality examines our relationship with time as it is observed and measured by our physical environment, our bodies and our material culture. Inside you’ll find fiction, essay, image and verse about the stuff of time: clocks and watches, calendars, sundials, timetables, time capsules, death certificates, and many other things besides.
You’ll read about how capitalism co-opted time through the invention of time clocks, the development of medieval books of hours, the rise of the squirrel people, Viking bone structures, the frozen remnants of Antarctic expeditions, and crack patterns in paintings. A special edition zine by Mike Lynch is included in the back pocket. The TIME issue also features flip book illustrations by Gracia + Louise and Albertine Hamilton.
When you purchase the hard copy you’ll also receive download links to pdf, epub and mobi versions of the magazine. What an amazing bargain!! Tell your friends! (Etc)
Contributors: Tom Ashton, Michelle Berry, Sarah Caldwell, Alice Cannon, Alex Ellem, Caren Florance, Carolyn Fraser, Helen Gill, Gracia Haby + Louise Jennison, Albertine Hamilton, Ian Hamilton, Em Hart, Kate Haycock, Liam Hogan, Savina Hopkins, Vicki Humphrey, Mat Larkin, MaryJo Lelyveld, Mike Lynch, Ashley Ng, Chris Roberts, Anna Ryan-Punch, Felix Scholz, Jenny Sinclair, Zoe Vogels, Amy & Kelly Williamson, and Andrew Wurster.
Many thanks to everyone involved for helping to make such a lovely thing.