Nyx Blog: Call for Contributions

Nyx, a Noctournal is a peer-reviewed print/online platform of cultural theory, politics and art. Whilst print is beautiful, online and open-access platforms hold great potential for sharing work with a growing network of new cultural theorists, activists, and art practitioners. And whilst we can’t pay for work, as our limited funds all go into costs of … Continue reading

Image by Liz Rosenfeld

Issue 8: Skin Extract, Transmasculinities, by Finn Jackson Ballard & Liz Rosenfeld

‘While photographing the calendar subjects, I was also preparing for my long-awaited chest surgery. In fact, I left Berlin the very morning after the calendar launch party, and was in hospital by that evening, pre-surgical lines drawn upon my shaven chest by the doctor who would perform the operation. I had been occupied with the … Continue reading

Issue 8: Skin extract, Richard Sawdon Smith

Tattoo Virus: AIDS Representation on the Skin, by Richard Sawdon Smith, published in full in Nyx, a noctournal, Issue 8: Skin.   ‘In 2009 I started a project entitled The Anatomical Man (born out of a long-standing project called Observe) in which I had part of the circulatory system tattooed onto my body. Since being … Continue reading

Issue 8: Skin launch party

Cover image by Alice White Please join us for the launch of Nyx: A Noctournal issue 8 featuring Stewart Home, Catherine Malabou, Hedi el Kholti, Federico Campagna and many more. The launch night will include art and video projections, DJs and bands (Mean Bikini, Rude Intruder, and The Wharves) and you’ll be able to pick … Continue reading

Video: Public Lecture by Silvia Federici

For the full audio with Q&A, click here.

Double Evil – A talk with Matthew Fuller, Andrew Goffey and Eyal Weizman

The full audio of the talk is available here.

Collecting and Curating Sound: An Interview with the Kinokophone Collective, by Mark Rainey

Kinokophone are an audio collective based in Manchester who collect, compose and curate sounds and field recordings. Over the past two years they’ve produced installations, organised oral history projects and hosted field recording listening sessions. Their latest listening session was held at the British Library on 13 November, 2012. Titled ‘Kinokophonography’ these sessions allow participants … Continue reading

Skin’s Dead Matter – Issue 8 Call for Contributions

“Personally, I prefer to imagine man as a machine, which transmutes in itself so-called ‘dead matter’ into a psychical energy and will, in some far-away future, transform the whole world into a purely psychical one … At that time nothing will exist except thought. Everything will disappear, being transmuted into pure thought, which alone will … Continue reading


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