This issue inaugurating the fall season aims to reflect and expand on the concept of biodiversity in nowadays' visual arts. Trying to expand the notion of biodiversity, it means in a way thinking on it as a growth of ecosystem productivity, where each species has an important role to play. From technology, the AI, the "molecular turn", etc—all essential players within a huge number of artists productions. Spanning from different researches and approaches all artists involved in this issue, titled "Ultra Bodies Ultra Species", are designing a new scenario of the art world.
Featuring: Pamela Rosenkranz
by Nicolas Bourriaud
, Agnieszka Kurant, Chitra Ganesh, Pan Daijing, Sex Ecologies: A New Consciousness
by Mariana Lemos, Simone Forti
, Kalpavriksha for Little Richard: Recent Developments in Artificial Intelligence as they Pertain to Social Imagination
by Jared Madere, Nour Mobarak, The Cure of the Mind: On Taloi Havini's Answer to the Call
by Chus Martínez
, Free My Mind, Artpop: You Make My Heart Stop (For Lady Gaga)
by William J. Simmons
, Carol Bove, Virgil Abloh
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