GOOD TROUBLE ISSUE 21
DIY activist-arts broadsheet GOOD TROUBLE returns with its third issue, kicking off 2020 with a massive 44 pages of art, protest and creativity, plus a big poster.
With a special focus on the climate crisis, a dedicated section includes the likes of Olafur Eliasson, Extinction Rebellion and Bill McKibben (founder of 350.org), as well as the new wave of youth climate activists, Jakob Kudsk Steensen’s augmented-reality art, indigenous leaders, and large-scale photographs of humanity’s effects on the planet by Edward Burtynsky.
The cover is a previously unpublished image from Olafur Eliasson’s Glacier Series (1999⁄2019), showing the remains of Okjökull, the first Icelandic glacier to disappear and lose its status because of global warming.
The issue also features radical thinker Douglas Rushkoff, feminist artist Penny Slinger, veteran AIDS awareness activist Avram Finkelstein (ACT-UP, Gran Fury), Jex Blackmore’s Sex Militant project, civil rights photographer Steve Schapiro, authors Tim Maughan and Nathalie Olah, artist Ekene Ijeoma, and poet Sean Bonney (RIP).
There’s also artwork by David Shrigley, Heather Philipson, Joan Jonas, SKREI and Sebastian Mejia, as well as a double-sided pull-out with Scott King’s ‘Balloon for Britain’ and an exclusive poster for Gareth Pugh’s ‘Soul of a Movement’ documentary. Plus radical K-Pop, antifascist black metal, Spiral Tribe, and a recipe for leftover terrine.
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GOOD TROUBLE celebrates the culture of resistance, publishing stories from the intersection of arts and culture with politics and protest.
GOOD TROUBLE is a publication about the movements standing up and fighting for a better world. It looks through the lens of arts and culture at the stories of individuals and groups around the world pushing for equality, liberty, justice and climate sustainability. It celebrates resistance with all its beauty, humour and contradictions, because life is messy and serious business can be fun.