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The Funambulist #44

200 x 250 mm, 84 pages
Paris, France (English-language)
Editor-in-chief: Léopald Lambert
Graphic design: Akakir Studio
Cover by: Walid Bouchouchi

A magazine concerning the politics of space and bodies, which along with its podcast and blog, is building an archive for anti-colonial, anti-racist, queer, and feminist struggles. Recently redesigned, the magazine has shifted to an almost square format with a thin (as opposed to stapled) spine. The layout inside has also been freshened up.

This issue is themed The Desert' encompassing the complex identities that a land of rolling sand dunes can carry: human exploitation, military zones and a place of memory.

On the Journal:
'Paris-based architect Léopold Lambert is the founding editor of The Funambulist, the resolutely anti-capitalist magazine dedicated to recording anticolonial, antiracist, queer, and feminist struggles...'

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