From North Carolina to Kentucky, Noah Rawlings goes on an adventure to find the dwindling dogtrots in the American South, in this Burnaway revisitation of our 2022 Artist Environments theme series.
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I abide by a sort of Parrotisis. My moods and rhythms are influenced by the cries of my colorful sky lords.
Reflecting on twenty-five years of Supa Dupa Fly, Matou bears witness to the poetic intentions and sonic landscapes generated by Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott.
Writer Annie Moye returns to Cornelia, Georgia for the Big E Festival in this theme story for Artist Environments.
Daria Simone Harper interviews Houston-based artist Jamal Cyrus to discuss his recent exhibition at the Modern in Fort Worth, FOCUS. They discuss Southern geographies, Black musical traditions, and poetic approaches to sound production.
The bedrock of Miami, called Miami limestone or Miami oolite, is an accumulation of corals and other organic debris. In this theme story, Monica Uszerowicz profiles Coral Morphologic, a collaborative duo dedicated to the study, preservation, and artistic presentation of Miami’s corals.
In our first theme essay of the new year, Annalise Flynn charts the history of the visionary Saint Paul Spiritual Holy Temple in Tennessee.
Burnaway announces its yearly magazine themes: Artist Environments, Invasive Species, and Nonhuman.