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ISSUE 113

MAY/JUN 2019

Issue 113
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Editor's Letter

Renewed Contact

Also available in:  Chinese
Renewed Contact

In his 1954 book The Nature of Prejudice, psychologist Gordon Allport proposed that individuals’ inherent bias against people of different genders, races or classes could be overcome through increased contact under positive conditions. 

One on One

We Dare to Dream: On Lee Wen

We Dare to Dream: On Lee Wen

“Anida, nice bugs don’t bite but dream.” Lee Wen scribbled these words inside my copy of his monograph Lucid Dreams in the Reverie of the Real when I first met him in 2015. 

Essays

Speeding Down the Electronic Super Highway

Speeding Down the Electronic Super Highway

There was once a time in the (art) world, not so long ago, when geographical distance still mattered, and when countries, people and cultures still appeared “foreign.” 

Profiles

Prelude to Venice

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Prelude to Venice

One late, rainy afternoon in March, I traveled to the far end of Berlin’s Tempelhof district to visit the artist Song-Ming Ang in his studio. 

Features

The Polymer Multiverse

Also available in:  Chinese
The Polymer Multiverse

Styrofoam boxes, nylon bags and recycled rubber are not just the materials of Shirley Tse’s sculptures; they are the subjects too. 

Reviews

Wang Xu

Wang Xu

At the heart of Wang Xu’s solo exhibition at the Vincent Price Art Museum, a monumental female figure standing more than seven feet tall carries an urn on her left shoulder. 

Print Content
REPORTS
Chicago
Guggenheim and SFMOMA Deaccession Major Artworks
Change Agents
Spoiled Fruits
Where Art Thou?
Savers and Splurgers
Something for Everyone
Previews: 58th Venice Biennale
In Our Place
PROFILES
siren eun young jung: Con/With Tempo
Mark Justiniani: Immeasurable Distance
FEATURES
Shu Lea Cheang: Docile, Mutating and Resistant Bodies
Angelica Mesiti: Gestures of Transmission
In Depth
Bourouissa’s Method
REVIEWS
Sharjah Biennial 14: Leaving the Echo Chamber
Janet Laurence: After Nature
Shen Xin: To Satiate
Wuzhen Contemporary Art Exhibition 2019: Now Is the Time
Awakenings: Art in Society In Asia 1960s–1990s
Ellen Pau: What About Home Affairs?
Tishan Hsu: Delete
Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.
Arpita Singh: Submergence: in the Midst of Here and There
Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018: Possibilities for a Non-Alienated Life
Sophia al-Maria: BCE
Perilous Bodies
Honolulu Biennial: To Make Wrong / Right / Now
Objects and Ornaments
WHERE I WORK
Richard Bell
THE SKETCH
Patty Chang

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