ART PAPERS 38.02 - Mar/April 2014
ART PAPERS believes that the margins of culture and of print to be free, dynamic, authentic and thus invaluable places of visual and textual communication. The first issue under the tenure of Editor and Artistic Director, Victoria Camblin. --Victoria Camblin, excerpt, Letter from the Editor
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
How are you today?
Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews AGNES, an emotionally perceptive spam bot.
A State for the Arts
Slavs and Tatars proposes Gulf solutions for Central Asia and the Caucasus; Stephanie Bailey reports.
Constant Dullaart advocates for intelligent communication, adapted for the state of privacy in the digital age.
Biennial Migrations: Geographical Data from the Whitney and the World
Nat Slaughter visualizes data from the Whitney and the world.
Neptune, Antoine Coysevox
Travis Jeppesen previews his series of object-oriented word works, 16 Sculptures.
Belinda Grace Gardner investigates the Romanian biennial that never was.
Jeremy Sigler responds to David Humphrey responding to Marcel Proust responding to himself.
I Can't make it
Niko Princen memes Facebook nonattendance.
Shumon Basar beats #FOMO with a new acronym.
Molly Springfield selects Excerpts (Marginalia Archive) (2014) for the interior covers.
Hello World: Where Design Meets Life (Overlook Press, NY); Gulf Coast + Alongslide + South as a State of Mind (Magazines, Intl); Readykeulous by Ridykeulous (Saint Louis, MO); Return Journey (Llandudno, Wales); Toyin Odutola (Indianapolis, IN); Follow Suit (Vancouver, Canada)
Black Panther Emory Douglas at the Centers for Disease Control; Georgia State University studio visits; learning from American modernist Paul Rand; Renée Stout's Tales of the Conjure Woman at Spelman College; George King's Lonnie Holley documentary; Ria Pell by R. Land