Issue four – largest so far – looks at the spaces around us as though they were pieces of technology, as devices, as ‘Black Boxes.’ The concept of the ‘Black Box’ emerged in the 1940‘s referring to technology which can’t be understood easily, or understood at all due to its complexity.
Naoki Ishikawa travels to Argentina to see the mummified remains of a human sacrifice.
Photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto speaks about anachronism in his new career as an architect
Researcher David d’Hielly writes on occult divination and urban planning in Tokyo
Photographs by Maiko Haruki with poetry from Japanese fashion critic Take Hirakawa
Dr. Victoria Henshaw writes on smell and association in cities with Kate McLean’s smell maps
Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto speaks about christ’s corpse, mayan pyramids, voids and piss
Takashi Homma photographs Cosmic Wonder garments
Photographs by Hanayo with a history of the ‘Suppressive negative fog over the Imperial Palace Plaza’
Kabukicho on a wednesday afternoon is photographed by Anders Edström with text by Scott Licznerski
Architect and researcher Niklas Fanelsa looks at the hidden and historical topography of Shibuya.
Editor: Yoshi tsujimura