Issue 47 Logistics Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Columns
  • Colors / Mummy Brown
    Kris Lee
    An arm and a leg
  • Legend / The Pregnant Blindfold
    Wayne Koestenbaum
    Nothing to see here
  • Inventory / To Die For
    Marc Ganzglass
    The bamboo hoops of Matthew Lewandowski
  • Ingestion / The Greek Detox
    Brooke Holmes
    Aristides and the dream of the gut
Main
  • Fluid Assets
    Will Wiles
    The economic waterworks of the MONIAC
  • Utopia on Ice
    Mark Dorrian
    The Sunny Mountain Ski Dome as allegory of the future
  • Artist Project / Dead Space
    Tom Dale
  • Two by Two
    William Viney
    A timeline of twins
  • Trap Streets
    James Bridle
    The road not taken
  • A Case for Darwin
    Rachel Poliquin
    Henry Flower’s evolutionary displays
  • Paper Machines: An Interview with Markus Krajewski
    Brian Dillon and Markus Krajewski
    The index card and the card index
Logistics
  • The Logistical Figure
    Clare Lyster
    Apathy, individualism, power
  • The Republic of Letters: An Interview with Nancy Pope
    Joshua Bauchner and Nancy Pope
    Going through the mail
  • Coming Full Circle
    D. Graham Burnett
    The Traveling Salesman Problem and the dream of optimality
  • The Coldscape
    Nicola Twilley
    From the tank farm to the sushi coffin
  • Listening to the Cooler
    Michael Osman
    Taking the temperature with the thermophone
  • Artist Project / Value Added: # 240950 DM NOSLT WHL KRNL CR
    Nobutaka Aozaki
  • The Restlessness of Objects
    Jesse LeCavalier
    Choreographing fulfillment
  • Floor.dwg
    Keller Easterling
    Navigating the logistical surface
And
  • Bookmark / Plane and Simple?
  • Postcard / Shop the Pig
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