seeks to address questions of spiritual and religious faith, artistic world-building, cultural enclaves, and historical narratives.
focused on speech, dialects, multilingualism, and oral traditions across the American South, a region distinguished by the amount of attention its residents receive for the ways in which they speak.
will investigate the ways physical and digital systems, cultural intersections, and interconnected webs of information provide alternative models for understanding the South’s present, history, and future.
And it doesn’t have to look like what you witnessed. You’re here to make anew.”
Burnaway invites proposals for longform essays, features, and artist projects tied to three editorial themes: Word of Mouth, Belief and Fiction, and Nodes and Networks.
Part drawing and part assemblage, six new works on paper by artist Krista Clark reflect her practice of abstracting common building materials into sculptural forms.
Artist, writer, and DJ Yoon Nam questions how the invisible can become visible through love and intention, reconciling with the passage of time.