feeeels is a publication that explores art, culture, politics, history, and emotions through the lens of one tactile adjective per issue. Visual and written works investigate the role of tactility in an increasingly flat and digital age.
feeeels Vol. 1—fuzzy tackles the concept of “fuzzy” from a myriad of critical perspectives.
Written and visual pieces explore timely and timeless topics including fuzzy politics, foggy memories, language shifts, playful interactions between strangers, and clashes between modernism and cultural traditions.
Contributors hail from a range of professional backgrounds — art, design, medicine, history, and sports mascots — and seven different countries, coming together in conversation through a common lens.
Through its unique and multi-faceted framework, feeeels highlights established and rising thinkers and makers, with often surprising interjections. At a moment when tactility is disregarded in pursuit of sleek, supposedly immaterial, digital interactions, we foreground it as a necessary foundation for understanding the 21st century.
Contributors include Prem Krishnamurthy, Juliette Cezzar, James Goggin, Keetra Dean Dixon, Elana Schlenker, Brian Allen, Chloe Scheffe, Noel Arkoos, Bo-Won Keum, Death by Audio, Brad Engelsman, Calvin "Fuzzy" Samuel, Jack Halten Fahenstock, Shan James, Ji Kim, Ian Keliher, Adnelly Marichal, Travis Morehead, Jonathan Morgan, Deniz Onder, Amanda Pickens, Andrew Scheinman, Alec Stewart, Kelly Walters, and Andrew Zinicola
Designed by Angela Lorenzo, Drew Litowitz, Lauren Traugott-Campbell, and Sarah Mohammadi
Editors: Diane Lee and Yang-Yi Goh
Dimensions: 6.75 x 9.5 in