ART PAPERS 31.03 - May/June 2007
This issue of ART PAPERS looks backward and forward at breaking spead, hitting a number of seemingly disconnected targets in the process. Wim Peeters dives into Cytter's film universe and finds distance, disconnection, and invisible barriers in his essay Emotional greenhouse effect: Keren Cytter. David Spalding chats with Hou Hanru about curating, urbanity, contemporaneity, and San Francisco in his essay Turning the whole thing upside down. Other artists that are discussed are Jandek, Mathilde ter Heijne and Peter Friedl and an artist project by Basim Magdy is also included.
The editor's picks of notable shows are WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, reviewed by Malik Gaines and 5th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, reviewed by Scott Redford.