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The Contemporary Journal is the online publishing platform of Nottingham Contemporary. It is committed to long-term research and public study, publishing new commissions across multiple formats: essays, poetry, artists’ writings, moving image and sonic works.

Emergency and Emergence | Terra Perdita: Mapping Lost Landscapes

In this essay, anthropologist and writer Shannon Mattern maps out disappearing landscapes, and fictional and fabricated terrains to offer a critique of atlases of abundance and loss.

Emergency and Emergence | Visualising the Ends of Growth: Insurgent Universality, Solidarity and Worlds-to-Come   

In this online presentation, art historian and cultural critic, TJ Demos speculates on what comes after growth through looking into practices of Indigenous and Afrofuturism. This keynote concluded After Growth: A Symposium on Post-Capitalist Imaginaries at Nottingham Contemporary, 19-20 March 22.