Black Mirror 2: Elsewhere
Black Mirror is a peer-reviewed series that seeks to examine ways in which the occult and the esoteric have been at the heart of art practice, both today and throughout the modernist period.
Black Mirror 2: Elsewhere looks at questions concerning other planes and other realities. It includes essays on the work of Kurt Seligmann, Leon Engers, Fiona Pardington and Joaquim Vilela, as well as writing on the intersection of occult thought with contemporary fashion, architecture and art.
Black Mirror is edited and produced by an international group of artists and researchers working out of New York University Steinhardt, Arts University Bournemouth (UK) and Plymouth College of Art (UK). It is planned as a series of 12 volumes, each of which explores specific themes.
Hardcover, 6.25 x 9 in. / 178 pgs / 63 color / 13 bw.