volume 1



Eve Tagny
Alexis L.-Grisé
Liljana Mead Martin
Emily Chudnovsky
Steven Cottingham
Justin Apperley







Volume 1 launched in January 2021 and shares projects by artists Eve Tagny, Alexis L.-GriséLiljana Mead MartinEmily ChudnovskySteven Cottingham and Justin Apperley, whose practices reflect on their their integrated research as artists, makers, and creative workers. Their artworks are propelled on the point of magic and alchemy, artworks transition between research, happening, daily practice and materialized idea. BIOMASS aims to support these ideas by making those labours visible, readable, and archived.


“Magic is premised on the belief that the world is animated, unpredictable, and that there is a force in all things.” - Silvia Federici


Caliban and the Witch; Women the body and primitive accumulation. p.173. This book deconstructs capitalist rationalizations and offers an indepth study on histories of class revolt.


Image: Lifecycle of an average star
Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/RIT/J.Kastner
Four planetary nebulae are shown here from the first systematic survey of dying stars in the solar neighborhood using the Chandra X-Ray Observatory. X-ray emission from Chandra is colored purple and optical emission from the Hubble Space Telescope is colored red, green and blue. The nebulae are named NGC 6543, also known as the Cat's Eye, NGC 7662, NGC 7009 and NGC 6826.









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