MARCH embraces publishing as an act of protest with which to address the critical social and political issues of our time. MARCH is a journal of art & strategy founded by Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally as an expansion of their previous publication, Temporary Art Review, and will feature print editions alongside an active online platform commissioning essays, interviews, and experimental critical writing with a global perspective.
Our inaugural print edition occupies the first issue of October in order to reopen an inquiry into the relationship between revolutionary practice, theoretical inquiry and artistic innovation in our time. The issue traces radical departures and enclosures articulating our moment through eleven essays assessing the structural issues within visual art and its institutions through strategic criticism, critical fabulation and historiographic transmission, in arts education and its corollary study, as well as Black ecologies, cognitive capitalism and prefigurative social organization.
Edited by Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally, contributors additionally include Taylor Renee Aldridge, Imani Jacqueline Brown, Paloma Checa-Gismero, Tom Clark and Susannah Haslam (adpe), Nora Khan, Warren Neidich, Parsa Sanjana Sajid, Zoé Samudzi, Patrick Scorese, and Andrea Steves.
Softcover, 7x9 inches, 100 pages, October 2020.