Fluid Thinking Magazine is an artist run Eora/Sydney based magazine founded in 2020 by Dani Southcombe. 

We focus on representing minority groups, especially emerging artists who are neurodivergent and/or have a disability.

I want to create a physical publication of Fluid Thinking as it will be a comprehensive and tactile object that will evoke further engagement and interactivity, allowing the featured artists to present in a formally published platform.

The theme for issue 1 of Fluid Thinking is ‘Expanding the way we see ourselves and each other’. This theme encourages artist to present works that allow them to feel seen and share marginalised experiences. This aims to build the artist’s confidence and feelings of inclusion, as well as exposing the audience to groups they may not otherwise engage with.

Fluid Thinking is helping to break up any stereotypes and stigma and humanise minority groups by creating a platform where marginalised individuals decide how they want to be seen. I have received submissions towards issue 1 of the magazine, including emerging artists and writers who are disabled, autistic, trans, POC, queer and mentally ill.
 

The first issue of Fluid Thinking Magazine will include:

Henry Hu, Isabella Brown, Alice Knight, Dani Southcombe, Aimee Cass, Fae Mac Darragh (Thom George), Christian Ray Villanueva, Camp Skateboarding, Rosie Thomas, Lotte Thomson-Vock, Harry de Vries, Jade Court-Gold, Morus Quin, Ella Cass, Jake Starr, Laura (Wen Pei) Low

 

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We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Gadigal of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the Country on which Fluid Thinking Magazine operates.