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ISSUE 29

2001

Issue 29
Print Content
COMMENTARY
Editorial
TV Buddha, Video Fish: The worlds of Nam June Paik
Picnic in an Art Garden: The 2000 Kwangju Biennale
Korean American Views: On exile, travel and belonging
Turning to the Everyday: Land/mind/body-scapes in Tokyo
In-Between Discourses: Alternative art spaces in Tokyo
Shifting Perceptions: Contemporary LA visions
A Complex Prism: Indigenous influences in Australian art
Text and Subtext: A Singapore exhibition of women’s art
ESSAYS
Vong Phaophanit: In the shadow of words
Eating Their Words: A Filipino narrative
Warrior Girl: Kate Beynon’s tussle with language
Suspended in Ambivalence: The installations of Seong Chun
Subaltern Writing: Tsang Tsou Chou–The King of Kowloon
Valuing Asia: Wong Hoy Cheong’s quest for a postcolonial vocabulary
Slight of Hand: The use of text in contemporary Chinese Art
ART DIRECTORY
Art Directory: A guide to galleries and museums exhibiting contemporary Asian and Pacific art
REVIEWS
Jen Budney on Ed Pien
DJ Huppatz on “AWAS! Recent Art from Indonesia”
Bruce Doar on Aniwar Mamat
Benjamin Genocchio on “Critical Response”
Kanchan Chander on Helen Geier
Collette Chattopadhyay on Yoshitomo Nara
Jonathan Goodman on Zhang Huan
Stephen Horne on Tadashi Kawamata
Jonathan Goodman on Shahzia Sikander