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In the issue before you we examined the ways in which the space of time shapes and affects our lives - how queer politics is intertwined with the flexing of the limits of logic and why time travel is a queer act in its essence. We have gathered creators, writers, activists and artists who have embarked on personal research on the points of interface between identity and our everyday life with the space-time in which we live and work.


The issue in front of you is launched at the same time as the opening of an exhibition by the Bosch Collective, under the same theme. The transition between the physical and virtual space creates in itself a game in space-time and expands the boundaries of the exhibition beyond the gallery. You are invited to continue the journey in the physical world at the Edmund de Rothschild Center (opening: 9.6 -  closing: 26.7). In addition, in the issue there is a special section where you can find new perspectives on the works presented in the exhibition, and a glimpse into the creative processes of the artists.


May we continue to expand time and summon space, 



How long is eternity?" Alice asked"

&Sometimes, just a second." replied Arnav and hurried on his way


For each of us, time moves differently. In the spaces between our personal experiences, a dimension is created in which the laws of physics can be seen to change and the boundaries of thought flexibly bend. Like returning to the place where we lived years ago, like coming to the club that was home in our youth - suddenly it is possible to move along the timeline in a non-linear way, and feel how consciousness changes and also changes what seems to be constant and universal. The term space-time is borrowed from the world of physics, and refers to this dimension, where time and space meet, the boundaries between them become fluid and the accepted possibilities expand by themselves. 


Our journey with space-time began following the distortions we felt in our sense of orientation during the pandemic - how did the restrictions imposed on space create loops of time in the individual experience? Has it been three years since March 2019? How has a change in the accessibility of public space affected our sense of security? What remains of our identity in the absence of public space and performative components? And how does our timeline and history change and change the limits of the present?

Words from the BUSH









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