This issue of Flux is inspired by the subject of memory, that slippery and vulnerable device. The stories within concern themselves with this gesture of looking back to look forward, whether in art, design, travel, or allyship.
Matthew Dekneef celebrates the expanding lexicon around identity.
Anna Harmon surveys our eternal relationship to the natural terrain.
Lisa Yamada-Son tracks the evolution of how audiences stay engaged and informed.
A look back at how media, surfing, conservation, education and gender has changed over the past 10 years.
Eunica Escalante reviews the changing state of the public school system.
Contributing FLUX Hawaii writer Beau Flemister replays the sport’s greatest hits.