The Enemy
Issue No. 1, Winter 2018

"That with which peace cannot be made"


3.   Editorial
    Ben Callaghan and Anastasia Philimonos

7.   The Water in Charlois is the Same as the Water in Dennistoun
    Collette Rayner
11.   Aliens in the Mediterranean Sea - Monstrous Fish and the (Im)Possibilities of Kinship with Non-Human Others
    Panos Kompatsiaris
21.   Insert
    Amelia Bywater and Scott Rogers
33.   One Tongue Per Mouth
    Collette Rayner

      Glossary (throughout)
    Amelia Bywater, Ben Callaghan, Anastasia Philimonos and Scott Rogers




Logo by Mica Warren
The Enemy is a journal of contemporary art and critical theory, a space dedicated both to artistic production and critical analysis, that published its first issue in November 2018. It commissions and collects works by academics, writers, artists, and poets that respond to the painful consequences of globalised neoliberal capitalism. Each issue is structured thematically, including an editorial and glossary of the main concepts that appear throughout the texts; for each issue guest editor(s) are invited to contribute to the editorial process by an undetermined means of their choosing. This is intended as a mechanism to disrupt the authority of the editorial voice and to bring a multiplicity of agencies to the production of the content of each issue.

With each issue, we wish to draw a figure of the enemy, or multiple enemies, as a method for the examination of that which is materially and discursively contested, and of the interweaving oppressions produced by these conflicts.

You can download the first issue here (3.6 MB).

The editors,

Ben Callaghan and Anastasia Philimonos


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