​Zētēsis: Research generated by curiosity (series design)


Art direction and co-design of the Journal Zetesis, as a commission for the ARTicle Press/Center for Fine Art Research, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design. Overview of the Journal: Zetesis is an international, peer-reviewed journal concerned with the converging theoretical, creative and practical fields of fine art, philosophy, feminist & queer praxis, mediated ecologies and the wild sciences. It is a platform for debate, invention and whimsicality around the role of complexity and the irrational/imaginary in art and the sciences, physics and metaphysics, culture and its economies, skin and the pleasures of the flesh. Committed to research driven by curiosity, experimentation and risk, Zetesis welcomes intra and trans-disciplinary connections across these fields. With this debut volume The Cruelty of the Classical Canon, the artists, philosophers, designers, technicians and scientists involved with this project and committed to a research generated by a curiosity and deep commitment to know declare a new Daybreak. Professor Johnny Golding.



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