The Occulto Magazine tris deal

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Three Issues of Occulto Magazine in one gracious bundle, for a special price!

OCCULTO √-1
Occulto √-1 features stories about urine tests and work conditions; sea urchins and Magnetic Resonance Imaging; oscillations applied to neuroscience and electronic music; delirious theories about how sistematic blood transfusions can heal any mortal disease; reflections on the damages caused by scientific illiteracy in the last centuries and more more more.
OCCULTO Issue √-1
Released in November 2011
176 glossy colour pages
cm 16,5 x 23,5
TEXTS: Meris Angioletti, Marco Antonini, Enrico Bellone, Alessio delli Castelli, Bill Dolson, Daniele Gasparinetti, Martin Howse, Matteo Lenardon, Federica Rossella, Massimo Sandal, Max Stadler, Barbara Urbanic, Alexander Ziegler
ORIGINAL ARTWORKS: Daavid Mörtl, Andrea Zimbaro
ARTIST'S PROJECT: Jon Fawcett

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OCCULTO Issue e
Meet the Popular Republic of Photosynthesis.
Learn how thin and blurry the boundary between living and inanimate can be. Read challenging reflections about our interpretation of the theory of evolution. Discover how cleverly Queen Dido took advantage of the isoperimetric problem. Watch gossip stars morphed into Poltergeist.
OCCULTO Issue e
Released in June 2013
112 glossy colour pages
cm 16,5 x 23,5
ISSN 2196-5781
TEXTS: Antoine Laurain, Billie, Massimo Sandal, Stephano Stephanowic, Russ Hodge, Arika Okrent, Nick Medford
ARTIST'S PROJECT:
Samson G Balfour Smith
Kathrin Günter

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OCCULTO Issue δ
The fifth release of Occulto Magazine, Issue δ (4,66920160910299067185320382…) is dedicated to a very special topic: dreams. Expect fictional dinosaurs, 8 billion dollars supercolliders, oxygen and cigarettes coming from the very same source, Bette Davis’ eyes, hacked conversations with angels and illusions in motion. Expect no Viennese doctors and no neuroscience breaking news. Not that we’re not interested in such things; they just didn’t come to mind.
Released in November 2015
112 glossy colour pages / cm 16,5 x 23,5
ISSN 2196-5781
TEXTS:
Massimo Sandal, Roberto Lalli, Stephano Stephanowic, Martin Howse, Erkki Huhtamo
ARTIST’S PROJECT:
Giulia Liberti


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