Art & photography, Books, Journalism
It focuses on relations between imaginary spaces and emancipation, on the omnipresence of technology in our society, and on the idea of an ecological catastrophe. This first issue questions different systems of power through the prism of imagination. Reflections around utopias, dystopias, afrofuturism, gothic futurism and the figure of the cyborg are presented.
Jean-Luc André D’Asciano
Caterina De Nicola
After working in Latin America in various galleries, she continued her research on contemporary Latin American art at the Sorbonne in Paris, from which she graduated from a master’s degree in art history. In 2016, she began a second master’s degree at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris. She is currently fully dedicated to Klima magazine, which she oversees the editorial design.
Graduated from the Cantonal School of Art in Lausanne, where she obtained her master’s degree in visual arts with the congratulations of the jury, she currently holds the position of assistant to the master European Art Ensemble at Écal in parallel with her artistic production. She mainly deals with the selection of artists for the magazine.
Graduated from the Graphic Design Bachelor of the Cantonal School of Art in Lausanne, she then went on to establish the T.V.A. studies artistic management group based in Paris. She is currently freelancing for various editorial projects. She is in charge of the production of special projects in the magazine.
She graduated from the Ecole du Louvre with a Master’s degree in Museology and a double degree in Modern Literature and Art History. She has been assisting several artists and has worked at the Pompidou Center as a project assistant research. She regularly participates in editorial and journalistic projects, and designs exhibition scenographies. She suggests theoretical content.
Thomas Le Provost
Clément, Eliott and Thomas are graduated from the Graphic Design Bachelor and the Type Design Master of the Cantonal School of Art in Lausanne. In parallel of their activity as independent graphic designers in various fields, they currently holds the position of teaching assistants of the graphic design BA, and photography and type design MA at ECAL. They are in charge of the artistic direction of the magazine.
Thomas specializes in management of cultural institutions and graduated from Audencia Business School’s Grande Ecole program. He also holds a degree in modern literature from the Sorbonne. He is in charge of the legal and financial administration of the journal.
Issue 1 – Launching in October 2018
Bi-lingual French / English
Size : 290 x 205 mm
Sending to prints : 1st of October 2018
Launching of the project : 20st of October 2018
Launching of the second issue : May 2018
Klima will be spread in all Europe and Americas.
Klima will organize events about the main thematics of the first issue, around the relationship between artists and researchers. (More infos to come!).
The fundraising will complete the fund of the magazine, it will allow us to organize events, to create the website and to pay translations and proofreading.
10 000 €
15 000 €
20 000 €
The association will receive all the funding.
95 € TOTAL SUPPORT PACK
250 € : 1 PRINT
Edition de / of 10 — 100 x 78,5 cm
Print of Marvin Leuvrey
400 € : 2 PRINTS
Edition de / of 10 — 100 x 78,5 cm
Print of Quentin Lacombe
1 000 € : TOTAL SUPPORT + DIANE
* Work in progress. Proposition of presentation of T-shirt and tote bag.