Spike is a contemporary art magazine aimed at sustaining a vigorous, independent, and meaningful art criticism. Quarterly. Austria.
"How do our parables and myths, fibs and fabulations create realities of their own design? The line between fact and fiction has been murky since long before “post-truth” got added to the dictionary. We’re not here to police that distinction — instead, we bust it open, untangling the politics and implications of crafting (and being crafted by) narrative. For Spike #69, we explore embellishment, auto-fiction, and all the anxiety and nonsense that lingers in between. Headless brands, philosophers reanimated in virtual reality, and social-media-savvy dogs feature among the cast of characters in this issue, disclosing the power plays and narrative networks that refashion — not just recount — the world. It’s not just hearsay."
Contributors and features include: Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Joshua Citarella, Tea Hacic-Vlahovic, Martin Herbert, Omar Kholeif, Ingrid Luquet-Gad, Sean Monahan, Tracey Emin, Sophie Calle, Julien Ceccaldi, Ho Tzu Nyen, and many more!
8.5 x 11", 184 pages