Another Escape Magazine | Vol. 9 The Wilderness Volume

By Another Escape

$9 $13.20

Another Escape presents Volume 9: The Wilderness Volume. Throughout this issue they question what wilderness is and what is means to be wild. By looking at different perspectives you will be able to see how the idea of wilderness and wildness has evolved, changed, feared, conquered, and revered. Maybe wilderness is raw untamable nature or a cabin in the woods. Or it might be something much deeper than that, it might be going beyond our comfort zones and breaking out of our modern constructs. The Wilderness Volume brings out how we may embrace our wilder selves and become more aligned with nature. It explores how creativity and collective vision can work together to create positive change, and how wildlands can inspire and motivate us. By exploring spaces shared with other species, it causes us to think about how we may offer environmental stewardship and protect the last remaining wild places. A great publication for any adventurer, keep it on your coffee table, bookshelf or throw it in your backpack.

The Wilderness Volume includes: 

• The wonders and frustrations of building and living in a cabin. 
• Mule packing in Montana with Chris Eyer. A tale of heart and hooves and wild places. 
• Printmaker Kelli MacConnell discuses how her relationship with nature continually inspires her work. 
• Questioning the implications, problems and necessities of separating humans from wilderness
• One of the most ambitious rewilding projects in Europe and its vision for Romania’s future. 
• How untouched are our wild places really? Palaeoecology holds the key to finding out. 
• Authentic ways to reconnect with our innate sensibilities and feel more entwined with nature. 
• Marine conservation for environmental activists striving to protect our largest wilderness. 
• Ed & James Harrison combine design and conservation in their new project, Under the Skin. 
• The bosky landscapes of Romania’s Carpathians and the country’s tousled relationship with its natural surrounds. 
• The indigenous peoples of Tierra del Fuego and their harmonious relationship with the natural world. 
• How photographer Bruno Augsburger’s exposure to wild nature has shaped his worldview and creative practice. 

Size: 200 x 265mm

Page count: Volume Nine, 162 inside pages

Model: VOL9