Issue 2: Orange
hinterlands is a print magazine for rural realities and narratives from Europe’s rural regions. In reports, essayistic prose and photographic formats, hinterlands magazine presents local reporting from villages and non-urban areas and creates a transgressive understanding of rurality.
The orange issue shows the countryside as a space where both our pasts and futures are negotiated: How do we care about available spaces and resources? How do we deal with roots and sticky heritage? How can and how could we live?
The second issue of the hinterlands magazine compiles orange traces in soil and rust, in harvest, vegetation and kitchenware. The magazine contributions deal with ecological exploitation, the colonial history of a farmhouse, rural racism and the desires as well as the disgust that flat landscapes evoke.
Contributing authors: Esra Akkaya, Ştefan Ionescu-Ambrosie, Henriette Arcelin, Megan Black, Roman Boichuk, Eva Busch, Jack Butcher, Lukas Dörrie, Marisa Ekstein, Desirè Gaudioso, Alina Gombert, Gurpreet Kaur, Ness Lafoy, Tabea Marschall, Julia Nitschke, Nicole Paganini, Mònica Pagès, Anna Paul, Mirko Savković, Christina Stohn, Miguel Teodoro, Lucrezia Travella, Laura Van Severen