F&S publishes a digital art journal issue once per year.
Our annual issue includes, but is not limited to, art historical essays, theoretical essays, digital artworks, exhibition reviews, interviews, literature, performances, & exhibitions. Issues are devoted to the collaborative production of knowledge around specific concerns related to human experiences such as pain, care, & dependency. Art practice, criticism, history, & theory are most important to us.
This issue explores how pain associated with chronic illness, gender, sexuality, race, physical disability, culture, or any type of complex embodiment is made visible within the public sphere.
This issue examines how care & dependency associated with chronic illness, gender, sexuality, race, physical &/or mental (dis)ability, culture, politics, identity, philosophy, the body, or any type of complex embodiment intersects with the history, creation, & future of art.