ART PAPERS 17.04 - July/Aug 1993 - SOLD OUT
Focusing on the fact that film and video artists are at the forefront of contemporary art, in this issue artists and writers explore issues of gender, autobiography, race, ethnicity, regionalism, and the nature of the film and video. Feature stories include Maureen P. Sherlock's examination of the challenges women face in writing autobiographies, Raúl Ferrera-Balanquet's look at reading latinx audiovisual discourses, and Franklin Cason Jr.'s reading of black independent video/cinema. Also included are several interviews with film and video artists: Linda Brooks' interview with Tony Chan and Jenni Lukac's interview with Bill Viola. Some noteworthy reviews include Lois Allan's review of Kathleen Mulcahy's "Vapors and Spinners," D. Eric Bookhardt's review of Carmen Chancellor's recent exhibition, and Neil Herring's review of Peggy Turner's "Womanhood: The Transitions."
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