Issue #5

  1. Introducing TIKKUN/REPAIR

  2. Sanctuary

  3. "Iron Dome Listicle"

  4. Patterns

  5. The Diaspora of Poland-Palestine

  6. "Operation" and "Price of Entry"

  7. Three States of Gender Alchemy

  8. The Octopus

  9. Among Refugees Generation Y

  10. Tikkun Olam, or "small-z Zionism"?

  11. 29 Texts on Tikkun Olam

  12. The Problematics of Return

  13. Reading Reparation

  14. Tikkun Olam Today

  15. Stories of Demolition

  16. Work and Worship

  17. "Hevron" and "Mishna Ketubot 4:4"

  18. The Sign Under Which They Fight

  19. Heat Signature

  20. Cultivating Jewish "Ecotheology"

  21. Entropical Futures

  22. A Problem

Entropical Futures

Hannah Chalew

  • Found pipes, found electrical wire, bagasse, paper pulp, lime, oops paint, collected plastic litter, LED grow-lights, diffusers, “fertile rot” perfume, native and locally adapted Louisiana plants, installation size variable, 2019

  • Found pipes, found electrical wire, bagasse, paper pulp, lime, oops paint, collected plastic litter, LED grow-lights, diffusers, “fertile rot” perfume, native and locally adapted Louisiana plants, installation size variable, 2019

  • Found pipes, found electrical wire, bagasse, paper pulp, lime, oops paint, collected plastic litter, LED grow-lights, diffusers, “fertile rot” perfume, native and locally adapted Louisiana plants, installation size variable, 2019

  • Found pipes, found electrical wire, bagasse, paper pulp, lime, oops paint, collected plastic litter, LED grow-lights, diffusers, “fertile rot” perfume, native and locally adapted Louisiana plants, installation size variable, 2019

Photos: Tammy Mercure

Hannah Chalew is a visual artist from and based in New Orleans whose studio practice explores what it means to live in the age of the Anthropocene with a uncertain collective future, and specifically what that means in Southern Louisiana.