Lines of Flight e-zine (2nd issue)


Lines of Flight's second issue is now available as pdf that can be printed at home (PDF low resolution / PDF high resolution).

Participating artists and authors second issue:

Aileen Kim, Alain Ayers, Amber Verhulst, Christine Clinckx, Hadrien Loumaye, Kaloe Steerneman, Karima Qias,Katayoon Valamanesh, Lara Ferrari, Laura Eva Meuris, Maxime Fouconnier, Meher Vahid, Meher, Morvarid Mohammad, Nina Zina, Patricia Smith, Paulina Kaval, Paz Ortúzar, Pooria Bijari, Sarah-Joy Zwarts, Sofiia Yesakova, Valentina Bianchi, Vero Federica Rigole

An e-zine dedicated to the journey from belonging to a new togetherness

Lines of Flight* invites artists and writers to rethink notions of belonging and integration by stepping away or towards points of departure and arrival.

Displacement holds within itself the memory of the origin as well as extending its visions to new horizons of the destination. It abandons, preserves, and reshapes forms of belonging. Displacement of any form—forced or voluntary—drags and pushes displaced people between the two points. They are in a constant struggle within a dichotomy or convergence between memories of belonging and integration towards a fresh start. Home, a supposedly familiar landscape, is blurred by its transposition across the displaced person’s former national borders. The displaced align the two realities of their existence by rethinking while also recollecting.

Lines of Flight is an e- zine project, initiated by KIOSK and curated by Yasaman Tamizkar, that focuses on notions of displacement. Through this open call KIOSK invited artists in audio, visual, installation, video, photography, and text to share their stories about the concerns, struggles, and silver linings of an outsider’s experience in a new environment. Discover here the first issue of Lines of Flight.

*Lines of Flight is the title of an exhibition of the work of Nilima Sheikh presented from 19 May 2018 until 18 June 2018 at the Asia Art Archive Library in Sheung Wan, Hongkong.