Grève Humaine (Interrompue) –
Fulvia Carnevale and John Kelsey
in conversation /
Caroline Busta, “Besides, With, Against, and Yet:
Abstraction and The Ready-Made Gesture”
La Grande Parade
Paul Sztulman, What Is a Bad Exhibition ?
/ Chris Kraus, The Complete Poem
Julien Mahon, Lessons from Éric Rohmer
Dave Hullfish Bailey
, CityCat, deflected in response to a system built up from
under-examined details. 2 December, 2006 and 9 May,
2009, Brisbane River
Shaping, Structuring, and Editing the Past
Interview with Richard Hertz –
Catherine Chevalier / Lili Reynaud-Dewar
, Limited Edition
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