About RIMA Journal
RIMA is a proposed theoretical journal that will utilize a basic resource and rule system to create collaborative reflexive writing processes. Our goal is to engage with useful concepts for thinking about art and media, primarily directed at a contemporary art, aesthetics and media theory audience. We seek to generate meaningful discourse within a range of disciplines, presented in clear and accessible prose, while creating an active and open network of artists, researchers and critics.
The web-based journal will be comprised of three sections:
- ● Begriffe– A collection of interdisciplinary conceptual tools containing short entries (350 to 500words).EveryissueofR IMAiscomposedofnineBegriffearrangedinblockformonthe landing page. Each entry will be written by a different writer from a relevant field pertaining to the contents of the entry.
- ● Rimae – A section for [two/three] longform articles (1500 to 3500 words) per issue created from a basic rule system:
- ○ The writer must use and/or refer to the concepts in the Begriffe and/or Interstice section of earlier issues.
- ○ Each entry must be produced using at least two Begriffe.