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November 16, 2011

Call for Authors - Evental Aesthetics, Vol. 1 No. 2

Deadline: January 30, 2012

We are pleased to invite submissions for the next issue of the online,
peer-reviewed journal Evental Aesthetics, to be published in Spring 2012.
We welcome submissions on any question pertaining to aesthetics.  Authors
may explore the intersections between philosophy and art, and/or aesthetic
issues in the non-artworld, such as everyday aesthetics and environmental
aesthetics. Traditional and experimental philosophical approaches are
welcome, as are examinations of traditional and experimental art in any

A submission to the journal may take one of the following formats:
  * Article: 4000-10000 words (excluding footnotes).
  * Collision: 1000-2000 words (excluding footnotes). Collisions are short
     responses to specific artworks that point to philosophical questions
     raised by the works. Book reviews do qualify as Collisions.

All citations should be formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style
(footnotes). Please review our guidelines for authors, at before sending your submission.

Email your submission as a Word file (.doc or .docx) to by January 30, 2012. Visit to learn more about the journal; and feel
free to email the editors ( with questions not
covered by the site.

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arcitexting at Eyebeam

beam or submarine, this object provides the interior foil for
the platform dance "Eyebeam" done for all the "swells" in the
West Chelsea area and their "digs"

then a few tantalizing "stills" where all movement seems to
be "stopped" for a scintillating few seconds of "revelry"

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