Getting Out, Getting In

On transitions, indeterminacy, and acts of daring.

Volume 1 

For anthropologist Victor Turner, this is the time betwixt and between social categories, a space where you're not what you were and not yet what you will be. He called this "the liminal passage". 

Whatever fancy word you have for it, life is punctuated with these moments: highschool graduation, resigning from a job, changing beliefs.

 For some people, like the starving artist who constantly slips through the net of recognition, the period of “getting out there” and “getting into the industry” can be a seemingly endless. For others, like the guy on the train nodding between wake and sleep, the passage can be but a few seconds.

 In our own “getting out there” volume, we ask what it means to be getting out of one state and getting into another. Does getting out always involve getting in?  

And how do we approach the question that inevitably pops up in these situations: “now what?”. 

It can be a terrifying yet beguiling thing, getting out of one situation and into another, taking that desultory path towards a theoretical point B.

Betwixt and Between.

Volume 1, Issue 1

published 23 June, 2015

Alana, a liminal personae herself, invites you to enter the in-between as we embark on this inquisitive journey.

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In Transit

Volume 1 Special edition: Meraki Radio at Pedal Brisbane. 

Of course, transitions aren't always of the existential kind. What about those every-day-getting-from-point-A-to-point-B transitions? What do those in-between journeys mean to you? 
In this special edition, we chat to cycling enthusiasts at Pedal Brisbane about what their treadly times mean to them. 

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