cabinet

cabinet is a quarterly magazine of art and culture designed to encourage a new culture of curiosity, one that forms the basis for an ethical engagement with the world.

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#64

issue 64 is the first issue of art magazine Cabinet that’s been available to MagShuffle subscribers and features some excellent essays, including a special section on the olfactory system, with pieces on the cinematic innovation, smell-o-vision (see the link below) and a look at Edward Lear’s The Dong with a Luminous Nose. elsewhere in the issue there’s some essays on language and symbols, specifically in┬áJacob Mikanowski’s look at the ancient Easter Island language, Rongorongo, and in an essay that looks at visual tests throughout history. some outstanding long essays here that you’ll undoubtedly learn a lot from.
// from the issue: cinematic airs //

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