RESOLUTION MAGAZINE ISSUE 0: THE PIXEL about us Order the magazine at Onomatopee or
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RESOLUTION is a print magazine that explores the impact of the digital image.

From a multiverse of images, RESOLUTION magazine persistently engages with one guiding question: how do digital images format reality? In order to examine digital images in relation to their online presence, RESOLUTION wagers an implausible attempt to trap them in printed form. The magazine acts as a dissecting table for analyzing digital images cut loose from big and small screens, taken out of their “native” circulation.

RESOLUTION explores contemporary visual economies through interviews, historical texts, recent research, artistic propositions and artists’ editions.

For the first issue, Jonas Beerts, Doris Boerman, Caszimir Cleutjens, Tanguy De Donder, David Denil Elias Heuninck, Kyveli Lignou-Tsamantani, Lev Manovich, Giacomo Mercuriali, William J. Mitchell, Alvy Ray Smith have been invited to confront the building block of digital images: the pixel. The editorial can be read here.

“Not knowing what a pixel is, is like not knowing about gravity” A.R.S.

To order the first issue (€ 10 + mailing costs) please send your address to: info@resolutionmagazine.com

For general inquiries, collaborations, advertisement: laurens@resolutionmagazine.com

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Laurens Otto

IMAGE EDITOR
Jochem van Laarhoven

MANAGING EDITOR
Caszimir Cleutjens

EDITORIAL BOARD
Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou,
Giacomo Mercuriali,
Jennifer Pranolo,
Daniël de Zeeuw

DESIGN
D-E-A-L, Brussels

RESOLUTION has been an ongoing project that has involved the support and cooperation of many collaborators, including: Victor Coupaud, Chris Dupuis, Lucas Faugère, Pim van der Heijden, Antony Hudek, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Johan Kuiper, Morgane Le Ferec, Anne-Françoise Lesuisse, Julia Llamas, Samuel Saelemakers, Marjolein Schepers, and Pieter Verbeke.

The first issue is made in collaboration with KASK - School of Arts Ghent and made possible with the support of Mondriaan Fonds, Fonds Kwadraat, and the Creative Industries Fund.