Occulto 7: Art-I-Ficial

Tilted poplar trees trying to straighten up in a lab, Alan Turing’s jokes and prophecies, a 18th century machine that utters “MA-MA”, the discarding of the words “discernible”, “underwear” and “sphagnum” as waste, the portrait of a machine learning system as a botanical artist, self-delusion at the service of the secret services.

Occulto 6: Life

Fake nutial pads, fantastic mice with French names, super-intelligent dogs, “green cure” cod, incredibily ancient fossils, funny cephalopods, and, of course, Darwin. Let’s get ready for a post-human world together!

Occulto Issue h

112 pages of science, art, wild storytelling and interdisciplinary extravagance. Texts by Fosco Loregian, Alice Cannavà, Sebastian Petrich, Russ Hodge, Giulia Liberti, Stefano Spataro. Artist’s projects by Hic Sunt Leones, Pep Vidal.

Occulto Issue δ

Fictional dinosaurs, 8 billion dollars supercolliders, oxygen and cigarettes coming from the very same source, Bette Davis’ eyes, hacked conversations with angels and illusions in motion. Occulto Issue δ is dedicated to a very special topic: dreams.

Occulto Compilation #4

Supplement to Occulto Issue δ. The fourth selection of new experimental music from Italy compiled by Onga of Boring Machines for Occulto, featuring Father Murphy, Heroin in Tahiti, Everest Magma, Petit Singe, and Paul Beauchamp, among others.

Occulto Issue pi

Proteins that pave the way to new forms of art; cutting-edge logicians that are not afraid of contradictions; dowsers that hand down their special talent from father to son; tensions between scientific mainstream and outsiders; and more!

Occulto Issue e

Meet the Popular Republic of Photosynthesis; learn how thin and blurry the boundary between living and inanimate can be; discover how cleverly Queen Dido took advantage of the isoperimetric problem; watch gossip stars morphed into Poltergeist.

Sie Leben #2: Le petit bleu

Second issue of Sie leben, Occulto’s black and white sister zine. Expect stories about violence and genetics, aliens and arsenic, dolphins and the Greeks – and beautiful original artworks.