The Travel Almanac doesn’t actually tell you much about what a place is like. Instead it conjures a feeling, and always takes care to leave something to the imagination.
For their 15th anniversary issue, The Travel Almanac explores the ever prominent and increasingly challenged concept of privacy, with a series of interviews and features that explore both physical and intellectual spaces.
Readers will receive one of six covers selected at random; each features a handmade marble paper design by UK artist Jemma Lewis.
21.5cm x 16.5cm
Published in Berlin, 2018
In this issue:
- Follow writer Travis Jeppesen into North Korea
- Breakout actress Odessa Young shares her experiences with privacy in a post #MeToo Hollywood
- A look at the consequences of algorithmic citizenship
- Photographer Amanda Charchian takes us on a very personal summer vacation
- Norwegian artist Torbjørn Rødland explains the attraction and limitations of the term ‘voyeurism’
- Hip-hop artist Denzel Curry on the pitfalls of sudden fame
- The impact of privately owned public space on civil disobedience