Summa is a new and independent magazine that deals with a very special theme by embracing a high quality of content and design. Summa can be seen as a diary focused on spiritual and metaphysical protection.
It takes its name from a medieval literary genre: a "Summa" is a manual, a summary of a topic. The magazine aims to provide a guide to the metaphysics of objects, exploring the protective properties assigned to entities of personal, esoteric and divine significance.
Number of pages: 144
Thread binding with visible spine
ISSSUE 1 - Singularity and a Totality
The first issue of Summa features a new work by Chloe Aridjis, Federico Campagna, Tabita Rezaire, Fiona Duncan and Shumon Basar and a visual essay by Batia Suter.