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Klima is a print publication devoted to contemporary art and academic study.

Klima aspires to bridge the gap between science and the creative world in a clear and understandable manner. It provides a voice to people who are creative, unique, and aware by connecting art, activism, and education.

Klima is a bi-annual journal for readers who are inquisitive and well-informed. Each issue focuses on an essay authored by a PhD student. We aim to bring together various disciplines from the current scene in one place to discuss them all while emphasizing interdisciplinarity. In connection to the primary piece, interviews, interactions, and creative and literary initiatives are suggested. These articles will interpret the study project's underlying problems.

Klima, aware of our time's political urgency, wishes to contribute to the present cultural environment by investigating new forms of contestation and utopia, as well as by examining art and research as places of debate for the modern itself.

Klima publishes essays on contemporary art, art history, art criticism, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, gender studies, postcolonial studies, and other topics.

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