Starting September 2016, KAPSULA will no longer be releasing regular monthlies to our subscribers. Opting instead for a collaborative, projects-based publishing model, you won’t be getting rid of us too easily; however, to mark THE END of KAPSULA as we know it, we ask writers to consider the idea of finality in both contemporary art and criticism.
And as a nod to the last three years, through which the magazine, arts writing, and the broader network of arts disciplines have undergone significant changes on varying scales, we’re asking writers to highlight a topic specific to the period that KAPSULA has been produced: 2013 – 2016. What, in the broad sense, has led us to THE END? Topics may be international in scope, but must fulfill the thematic and calendrical restrictions. Whether it’s an exhibition, a text, an artwork, or a seemingly unprecedented phenomenon in the art world, we ask that it be dated no earlier than 2013 and speak to the concept of finality in art. We made it this far without literalizing the magazine into a time CAPSULE, but awash with sentiment, we couldn’t help ourselves.
Submit abstracts, proposals and finished papers to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30th, 2016.
Visit http://kapsula.ca for the full call and submission guidelines.