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  • Soundscapes as a Journal

    Issue No. 3, Spring/Summer 2022
    Guest Editor  Damian Lentini

    Editor  Kotryna Lingienė

    English Language Editor  Gemma Lloyd

    Issue Design  Ugnė Balčiūnaitė
    The third issue is dedicated to sound: as art; as vibrations in space; and as a constituent component of our experience of the world around us. Guest edited by Damian Lentini, the edition probes sound's ability to shape and generate effects. Soundscapes as a Journal invites leading artists, writers and scholars to investigate sound's ability to shift back and forth across times and spaces; incorporating traditional and contemporary positions, digital and analogue technologies, as well as that which emanates from both organic and inanimate bodies.
    The third issue is dedicated to sound: as art; as vibrations in space; and as a constituent component of our experience of the world around us. Guest edited by Damian Lentini, the edition probes sound's ability to shape and generate effects. Soundscapes as a Journal invites leading artists, writers and scholars to investigate sound's ability to shift back and forth across times and spaces; incorporating traditional and contemporary positions, digital and analogue technologies, as well as that which emanates from both organic and inanimate bodies.

    Editorial
    Damian Lentini

    A Cloud Has a Shadow
    Daina Pupkevičiūtė

    An Epitaph for a Fakir of Lithuanian Music
    Jūratė Katinaitė

    The World is Here for You
    Daniel Oberhaus

    On the Enduring (Mythic) legacy of Twentytwentyone
    Damian Lentini Interviews Arturas Bumšteinas

    The Loop
    Simona Žemaitytė

    Fallen Light
    Anton Lukoszevieze

    Lithuanian Soundscapes
    Andrej Vasilenko

    I Was Thinking About What You Said
    Radvilė Buivydienė interviews Guy Dubious

    Post-Soviet Gendered Soundscapes: Lithuania
    Sandra Kazlauskaitė

    The Contours of Paranormal Music in  Lithuania
    Domininkas Kunčinas

    A Compilation of Lithuanian Sound Art
    Curated by Eye Gymnastics

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  • Cosmos as a Journal (.pdf)

    Issue No. 2, Autumn/Winter 2021
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    Guest Editor  Julijonas Urbonas
    Editor  Kotryna Lingienė
    English Language Editor  Gemma Lloyd
    Issue Design  Gailė Pranckūnaitė
    In the second issue of * as a Journal, the asterisk is replaced by the word ‘cosmos’. The guest editor Julijonas Urbonas, whose Lithuanian Space Agency represented Lithuania at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, invites readers to leave the ground and delve into the space above our heads. How does it read, feel, taste, and sound? Catapulted up there, our reach and imagination are confronted with the hostility of outer space – otherworldliness at its most acute. The Cosmos issue looks into how we can attune imagination to such a departure from our terrestrial origins.
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    In the second issue of * as a Journal, the asterisk is replaced by the word ‘cosmos’. The guest editor Julijonas Urbonas, whose Lithuanian Space Agency represented Lithuania at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, invites readers to leave the ground and delve into the space above our heads. How does it read, feel, taste, and sound? Catapulted up there, our reach and imagination are confronted with the hostility of outer space – otherworldliness at its most acute. The Cosmos issue looks into how we can attune imagination to such a departure from our terrestrial origins.

    The Very First Space Programme of the Lithuanian Space Agency: A Planet Made of Human Bodies
    Julijonas Urbonas

    Julijonas Urbonas and Gailė Griciūtė talk about their Collaboration on Extraterrestrial Sound

    Comet Composition/Alien Materiality: Resilience, Attunement, and our Sonic Imagination
    Daniel Gilfillan

    Otherworldly Journeys
    Nahum

    On Extraterrestrial Relativism
    Daniel Oberhaus

    United in a Common Vertigo
    Rob La Frenais interviews Kitsou Dubois

    Intimacies with(in) the Space Station
    Eleanor S. Armstrong and Akvilė Terminaitė

    Whale Space, or, The Killers in Eden
    Fred Scharmen

    Concept of Creation in Lithuanian Mythology
    Radvilė Racėnaitė

    On how the Tree Became a Pellet: Capital Forests of the Baltics
    Signe Pelne

    The Curious Case of Lithuanian Astrobotany
    Goda Raibytė inteviews Danguolė Švegždienė

    Stranger than Fiction: the Reality and Fantasy of Eating in Space
    Jane Levi

    The Whiffing Particle
    Milda Dainovskytė

    The Space Rose: How the Sense of Smell Mediates Human Futures in the Cosmos
    Claire Isabel Webb

     

    Unrealised Cosmic art

    The Ends of Everythings Andy Gracie

    Quintillion Years – Emilio Chapela

    MDRS – Joseph Popper

    True Moonshine – Julijonas Urbonas

    Tour de Moon – Nelly Ben Hayoun Stépanian

    There is No Such Thing as Empty Space – Nicole L’Huillier

    Sightseer – Sitraka Rakotoniaina

    Terra Nullius – Xin Liu

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  • Cosmos as a Journal

    Issue No. 2, Autumn/Winter 2021
    Guest Editor  Julijonas Urbonas
    Editor  Kotryna Lingienė
    English Language Editor  Gemma Lloyd
    Issue Design  Gailė Pranckūnaitė
    In the second issue of * as a Journal, the asterisk is replaced by the word ‘cosmos’. The guest editor Julijonas Urbonas, whose Lithuanian Space Agency represented Lithuania at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, invites readers to leave the ground and delve into the space above our heads. How does it read, feel, taste, and sound? Catapulted up there, our reach and imagination are confronted with the hostility of outer space – otherworldliness at its most acute. The Cosmos issue looks into how we can attune imagination to such a departure from our terrestrial origins.
    In the second issue of * as a Journal, the asterisk is replaced by the word ‘cosmos’. The guest editor Julijonas Urbonas, whose Lithuanian Space Agency represented Lithuania at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, invites readers to leave the ground and delve into the space above our heads. How does it read, feel, taste, and sound? Catapulted up there, our reach and imagination are confronted with the hostility of outer space – otherworldliness at its most acute. The Cosmos issue looks into how we can attune imagination to such a departure from our terrestrial origins.

    The Very First Space Programme of the Lithuanian Space Agency: A Planet Made of Human Bodies
    Julijonas Urbonas

    Julijonas Urbonas and Gailė Griciūtė talk about their Collaboration on Extraterrestrial Sound

    Comet Composition/Alien Materiality: Resilience, Attunement, and our Sonic Imagination
    Daniel Gilfillan

    Otherworldly Journeys
    Nahum

    On Extraterrestrial Relativism
    Daniel Oberhaus

    United in a Common Vertigo
    Rob La Frenais interviews Kitsou Dubois

    Intimacies with(in) the Space Station
    Eleanor S. Armstrong and Akvilė Terminaitė

    Whale Space, or, The Killers in Eden
    Fred Scharmen

    Concept of Creation in Lithuanian Mythology
    Radvilė Racėnaitė

    On how the Tree Became a Pellet: Capital Forests of the Baltics
    Signe Pelne

    The Curious Case of Lithuanian Astrobotany
    Goda Raibytė inteviews Danguolė Švegždienė

    Stranger than Fiction: the Reality and Fantasy of Eating in Space
    Jane Levi

    The Whiffing Particle
    Milda Dainovskytė

    The Space Rose: How the Sense of Smell Mediates Human Futures in the Cosmos
    Claire Isabel Webb

     

    Unrealised Cosmic art

    The Ends of Everythings Andy Gracie

    Quintillion Years – Emilio Chapela

    MDRS – Joseph Popper

    True Moonshine – Julijonas Urbonas

    Tour de Moon – Nelly Ben Hayoun Stépanian

    There is No Such Thing as Empty Space – Nicole L’Huillier

    Sightseer – Sitraka Rakotoniaina

    Terra Nullius – Xin Liu

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  • Forest As A Journal

    Forest as a Journal

    Issue No.1, Spring/Summer 2021
    Guest Editors
    Jurga Daubaraitė
    Jonas Žukauskas
    Editor
    Kotryna Lingienė
    English Language Editor
    Gemma Lloyd
    Issue Design
    Gailė Pranckūnaitė
    This first issue of * as a Journal, focuses on Forest. Forest as a constructed space unavoidably reliant on human actions, no longer nature, but infrastructure; an environment of natural systems governed, exploited, and regulated by human interventions, technologies, industries, institutions and agencies. How can cultural practices enhance the optics through which society senses a forest?
    This first issue of * as a Journal, focuses on Forest. Forest as a constructed space unavoidably reliant on human actions, no longer nature, but infrastructure; an environment of natural systems governed, exploited, and regulated by human interventions, technologies, industries, institutions and agencies. How can cultural practices enhance the optics through which society senses a forest?

    Neringa Forest 
    Jochen Lempert

    Thinking Things Through a Forest
    A conversation with Nene Tsuboi and Tuomas Toivonen by Jonas Žakaitis

    A Forest’s Drive for Motion: Acoustic Ecologies and the Sonicity of Labour
    Sofia Lemos

    The Right not to be Offsetted
    Interview with Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual and Alon Schwabe) by Jurga Daubaraitė and Jonas Žukauskas

    On Forest and Time
    Gabrielė Grigorjeva

    Infra-Baltic Landscapes
    Jonathan Lovekin and David Grandorge

    Cormorants in Ancient Woods
    A conversation between Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė and Mindaugas Survila

    On how the Tree Became a Pellet: Capital Forests of the Baltics
    Signe Pelne

    On Forest Walking and Ecologies of Care
    Agata Marzecova

    Songs From the Compost: Notes on Symbiotic Relationality and Eglė Budvytytė’s Lichenous Poetics
    Amelia Groom

    The Grammar of Lichens
    Aistė Ambrazevičiūtė

    A Forest is Like a City – With its own Streets, Squares and Different Land Uses
    Interview with Laura Garbštienė and Onutė Grigaitė by Jurga Daubaraitė and Jonas Žukauskas

    The Timber Couturier
    Kotryna Lingienė and Rasa Juškevičiūtė

    For Potato Peel
    Monika Janulevičiūtė

    Neringa Forest Architecture
    Egija Inzule, Jurga Daubaraitė and Jonas Žukauskas

    Forest Paintings by Algirdas Šeškus
    Virginija Janulevičiūtė

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  • Forest As A Journal

    Forest as a Journal (.pdf)

    Issue No. 1, Autumn/Winter 2021
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    Guest Editors  Jurga Daubaraitė and Jonas Žukauskas
    Editor  Kotryna Lingienė
    English Language Editor  Gemma Lloyd
    Issue Design  Gailė Pranckūnaitė
    This first issue of * as a Journal, focuses on Forest. Forest as a constructed space unavoidably reliant on human actions, no longer nature, but infrastructure; an environment of natural systems governed, exploited, and regulated by human interventions, technologies, industries, institutions and agencies. How can cultural practices enhance the optics through which society senses a forest?
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    This first issue of * as a Journal, focuses on Forest. Forest as a constructed space unavoidably reliant on human actions, no longer nature, but infrastructure; an environment of natural systems governed, exploited, and regulated by human interventions, technologies, industries, institutions and agencies. How can cultural practices enhance the optics through which society senses a forest?

    Neringa Forest 
    Jochen Lempert

    Thinking Things Through a Forest
    A conversation with Nene Tsuboi and Tuomas Toivonen by Jonas Žakaitis

    A Forest’s Drive for Motion: Acoustic Ecologies and the Sonicity of Labour
    Sofia Lemos

    The Right not to be Offsetted
    Interview with Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual and Alon Schwabe) by Jurga Daubaraitė and Jonas Žukauskas

    On Forest and Time
    Gabrielė Grigorjeva

    Infra-Baltic Landscapes
    Jonathan Lovekin and David Grandorge

    Cormorants in Ancient Woods
    A conversation between Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė and Mindaugas Survila

    On how the Tree Became a Pellet: Capital Forests of the Baltics
    Signe Pelne

    On Forest Walking and Ecologies of Care
    Agata Marzecova

    Songs From the Compost: Notes on Symbiotic Relationality and Eglė Budvytytė’s Lichenous Poetics
    Amelia Groom

    The Grammar of Lichens
    Aistė Ambrazevičiūtė

    A Forest is Like a City – With its own Streets, Squares and Different Land Uses
    Interview with Laura Garbštienė and Onutė Grigaitė by Jurga Daubaraitė and Jonas Žukauskas

    The Timber Couturier
    Kotryna Lingienė and Rasa Juškevičiūtė

    For Potato Peel
    Monika Janulevičiūtė

    Neringa Forest Architecture
    Egija Inzule, Jurga Daubaraitė and Jonas Žukauskas

    Forest Paintings by Algirdas Šeškus
    Virginija Janulevičiūtė

     

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