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Issue #1, Part I: FANTASIA APOCALYPTICA






Artemis cleans your window, then makes it a little dirty with love. Photo by Andyland, 2021.





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This, the first half of the first issue, explores what we have lovingly and fearfully come to know as the Anthropo-scene. This particular nowness heralds our demise: the death of climate delusion, the death of white supremacy, the death of capitalism. Every day is a little death. But, as the poets say, isn’t that ecstasy? 

Fantasia Apocalyptica lifts the virtual veil on our private spaces and peeks into our intimate practices of survival and creation. We propose revolutionary voyeurism as an antidote to toxic solitude. We thought we were alone... This is a cumming-together, a coming of age; a communal effort to find pleasure in the wreckage.


We joyously open our doors to the tune of composer Donald Knuth’s 2017 composition for pipe organ, Fantasia Apocalyptica. This is a computer-assisted musical “translation” of The Book of Revelations. Although we here at RR/MB are not believers in anything except the power of love and revolution, we invite you to listen to this oddly historical yet futuristic music as you navigate our website.



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