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Featuring artist Maya Weeks’s research at sea, Erin Sutherland and Meagan Musseau on land-based practices and performance, Chris Hampton’s investigation into sustainability in art museums, Jaclyn Bruneau on contemporary art's infatuation with houseplants, plus an essay by Lucy R. Lippard recalling her 1969 trip to the Arctic, an artist project by David Hartt, new fiction by Elissa Washuta, and much more.