PUBLIC: Experimental Media
Issue 44 now available

PUBLIC is a beautifully designed peer-reviewed journal founded in Toronto as an intellectual and creative forum that focuses on how theoretical, and critical issues intersect with art and visual culture.

Issue 44: Experimental Media, edited by Peggy Gale

    ‘An Open Field: Experimental Media’ [Editor's Introduction]
    ‘Cultural Engineering’, Tom Sherman
    ‘Medium Practices’, Nicky Hamlyn
    ‘Excerpts from the Strategic Reality Dictionary’, Konrad Becker
    ‘On Medium Specificity’, Michael Snow
    ‘Words at Issue’, Christina Battle
    ‘The Time of the Audiovisual and Multimedia Archive’ / ‘Le Temps des Archives Audiovisuelles et Multimédiatiques’, Jean Gagnon
    ‘The Cinematographic in Museum Spaces’, Christopher Eamon
    ‘Enter the Gallery’, Peter Ride
    ‘Flies in the Ointment’, Elle Flanders
    ‘Yvonne Rainer’s Where’s the Passion?‘, Peggy Gale
    ‘Notes on Attention, Projection, Foreplay and the Second Encounter’, Mike Hoolboom
    ‘Reporting from “The Field”: Experimenta India’, Shai Heredia
    ‘A moving image that can remember its past lives…’, David Teh
    ‘The Second Encounter: Notes on the Problematic of Art and Political Practices’, Dont Rhine
    ‘Whose territory? Indians 2.0′, Steven Loft
    ‘Capture and Loss: Memory, Media, Archive’, Vera Frenkel
    *Corpus Callosum, Michael Snow
    Various Projects, David Rokeby
    I Am Micro, Shai Heredia and Shumona Goel
    Splendour in the Grass, Christine Davis
‘Chris Marker’s Only Music Video (Almost, Still)’, Ian Balfour
    Canadian Art in the 1960s and 1970s through the Lens of Coach House Press, Art Gallery of Ontario, Caoimhe Morgan-Feir
    Un-home-ly, Oakville Galleries, Laura DiMarco
    Yinka Shonibare: Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water, The Israel Museum,  L. Sasha Gora
    The Cruel Radiance: Photography and Political Violence by Susie Linfield, Sara L. Martel
Yvonne Rainer, Where’s the Passion?

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