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 Emily Furr,  Pressure Drop , 2018. Courtesy the Artist.

Emily Furr, Pressure Drop, 2018. Courtesy the Artist.

Night Owls by Stephen Priest

 SOFIA QUIRNO

SOFIA QUIRNO

SOFIA QUIRNO

DAVID CONNOLLY: Fall

 Snake Spa, Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 18”x24”, 2017

Snake Spa, Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 18”x24”, 2017

KELSEY SHWETZ

 Image copyright Daniel Pinchbeck

Image copyright Daniel Pinchbeck

In Conversation: DANIEL PINCHBECK

Chasm Journal steals a moment with author Daniel Pinchbeck to talk a few of the many concepts in his latest book How Soon Is Now? (Watkins, 2017).

 Polixeni Papapetrou (1960–2018)   Giving birth to myself , 2018  photographic silkscreen on metallic foil and linen  100 X 100 cm  courtesy Michael Reid Gallery, Sydney, and Jarvis Dooney Galerie, Berlin

Polixeni Papapetrou (1960–2018)

Giving birth to myself, 2018

photographic silkscreen on metallic foil and linen

100 X 100 cm

courtesy Michael Reid Gallery, Sydney, and Jarvis Dooney Galerie, Berlin

POLIXENI - My heart, still full of her

Three Poems by Robert Nelson

DAVID MANN: Liquid Electricity

 Skywalker • Lithograph • Ed: 9 • Image & paper size: 60 x 88cm

Skywalker • Lithograph • Ed: 9 •
Image & paper size: 60 x 88cm

DANIELLE CREENAUNE: TRUE NORTH FAR SOUTH, 2017

KELLY ELIZABETH TIVNAN: Who Owns the Air?  

 IVAN SIKIC: 15,000 ft Veiled of Virility of Love

IVAN SIKIC: 15,000 ft Veiled of Virility of Love

In Conversation: Luka Rayski

Polish artist Luka Rayski talks to Chasm Journal's David Connolly on his  protest poster Konstytucja and its impact on politics in the country and his life.

WARD ROBERTS

A Visual Poem by Ward Roberts.

 Dawn Clements,  Table (MacDowell) , (detail,) 2015, watercolor on paper, 81x 99 inches.

Dawn Clements, Table (MacDowell), (detail,) 2015, watercolor on paper, 81x 99 inches.

KATY BOHINC

A new  poem  "Now" by Katy Bohnic.

Spooky Action at a Distance: In Conversation with Langdon Graves.

Langdon Graves (b. 1979) received her BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University and her MFA from Parsons in New York City in 2007. She has had solo shows in Richmond, New York, Tampa and Boston, and has participated in group shows throughout the United States, Europe and Australia.

Langdon talks to Chasm Journal's David Connolly  about her work,  family influences and studio practice.

  Like the Wind Flying

Like the Wind Flying

LALI KHALID

A Visual essay by Pakistani, USA based artist Lali Khalid.

 Still from Picnic at Hanging Rock, Anne-Louise Lambert as Miranda, dir. Peter Weir, 1975

Still from Picnic at Hanging Rock, Anne-Louise Lambert as Miranda, dir. Peter Weir, 1975

In Conversation with Jessica Caroline

Amy Spiers is a Melbourne-based artist, writer and researcher. Through her socially-engaged work she seeks to vocalize silenced stories. Jessica Caroline speaks with Spiers regarding her most recent campaign “Miranda Must Go,” of which protests the mythology of Picnic at Hanging Rock, a novel by Joan Lindsay published in 1967

 Daniel Dennett, Haptic Whittles at Underdonk Gallery in Bushwick, curated by Nicholas Cueva, photo: Maggie Shannon

Daniel Dennett, Haptic Whittles at Underdonk Gallery in Bushwick, curated by Nicholas Cueva, photo: Maggie Shannon

In Conversation with Jessica Caroline

A short and sweet moment with DANIEL CLEMENT DENNETT, hailed as one of America’s most important present day philosophers whose research centers on the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, and philosophy of evolutionary biology. 

KRISTA CLARK, Atlanta, GA.

A visual essay from Atlanta artist Krista Clark on her  observations of Atlanta’s shifting urban landscape broken down and retold through abstraction.

 Jemila MacEwan, Crater Rings, 2016

Jemila MacEwan, Crater Rings, 2016

 It Holds Us All: In Conversation with Jemila MacEwan.

Jemila MacEwan is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in New York. Born in Scotland to Sufi parents before immigrating to Australia with her family; a pervasive sense of displacement informs her work, of which deals with states of becoming and mysticism. Chasm Journal talks to MacEwan about her body of sculptural work "It Holds Us All" currently on view at Pioneer Works, an outcome of her journeying amidst the volcanic formations and active geothermal activity in Iceland.

 Photo credit: David Connolly

Photo credit: David Connolly

Crossing the Line

by David Connolly

Disembarking after a long international flight, I enter the terminal bleary-eyed; a familiar routine undertaken many times before. The customs gate routine is the same, passports and documents in hand as I approach the end of the line. The customs official gestures at me to cross the line and approach his station, where I duly hand my documents over to him. 

 Image courtesySanya Kantarovsky 'The Third Empty Desk', 2012 Oil, ink watercolor on linen 76 x 61 cm

Image courtesySanya Kantarovsky
'The Third Empty Desk', 2012
Oil, ink watercolor on linen
76 x 61 cm

And Truly

by Ron Padgett