Klima / 5
This issue approaches the aquatic universe, exploring this space of permanent composting, the various living and non-living, ghostly, invented or tangible entities lying in the seas and oceans, as well as the myths and fantasies stemming from them. From the abyssal depths to cetacean communication, from the myth of Drexciya to hydrofeminism, the sea infiltrates this issue and spreads through the images, stories, and research of our various contributors.
Klima is a bi-annual magazine for curious and informed readers. Each issue is centered around an article written by a doctoral student. We want to gather in a same space different fields from the contemporary scene in order to consider each of them while insisting on interdisciplinarity. Interviews, encounters, as well as artistic and literary projects are proposed in relation to the main article. These articles will interpret the inherent problematics within this research project.