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STILL LIFE Issue 3
76 Pages, 14.5 x 21 cm, Paperback, Edition of 100

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Arnolfini, Bristol BS1 4QA
Centre for Contemporary Art, Derry~Londonderry BT48 6RG
Chisenhale Dance Space, London E3 5QZ
Goodpress, Glasgow G1 5JY
Housmans Bookshop, London N1 9DY
Tate Modern Turbine Shop, London SE1 9TG
Unbound, online and London E2 6LX
Whitechapel Gallery, London E1 7QX

“Consistently impressed and intrigued by @hamishmacp’s excellent zine: not just some incredibly acute thinking about what performance can do, but also what, as a format, a zine can aspire to do. Highly recommended.”

Chris Goode, theatre maker

“Hamish MacPherson succeeds in a deeper exploring of a (caring) practice than I have experienced from care ethics until now. He unravels and disentwines that particular situation to a new essence. He does that without the theoretical concepts about needing care and giving care, organization, power, politics, and even ethics. What happens when we focus solely on the physical interaction in a caring practice”

Aletta Ooste, care ethicist


Featuring: Simulated Injury in Preparation for Disaster: A conversation between Hamish MacPherson, Caroline Thomas and Francesca Laura Cavallo; An Ode to Compulsion by Eleni Papazoglou; Seven Ways to Communicate with Someone Who Cannot Speak or Move by Lisa Kinsolving; Interview with António Branco and Riccardo T.anastasia freygang; Rock Heads by Leonie Brandner; Force Feeding, Taste and Restraint by Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau; and Theorizing Passivity by Wolff-Michael Roth.


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