The second issue of Paperweight is out!
Ghosts attempts to grapple with the elusive ghosts of visual and material culture. With a distinctly archival flavour, our contributors have attempted to deal with that which isn’t quite there; or that which once was and has now evaporated; or that which we thought never existed but in reality has always been present. An indication of contents:
Nicholas Mirzoeff on Networked Revolution / Duncan Grewcock with Fragments from a Slippery City / Fashion Notes from Katherine Feo Kelly / James Thurgill on Immaterialising Things / Paul Atkinson on The Ghost in the Machine / Nina Lager Vestberg on Phantophotography / Chris Horrocks on James Watt’s Workshop / Arvind Ethan David on Spook, Memory / David R.J. Stent on John William Inchbold / Harriet Riches on Most Haunted / susan pui san lok on the televisual / J.C.Kristensen on Spirit Writing Machines / Rebecca Onion on Faraway Fronts, Close to Home.
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