Issue

1.19 / Precisely In Between

July 15 2010

Introduction

July 15, 2010. We are separate yet connected. The idea is no less true for its prevalence, and Issue 19 is proof. Collaborations—among reviewers, curators, galleries, and artists―abound. Christine Wong Yap and Lea Feinstein team up to review “They Knew What They Wanted,” a group show with four curators spanning four separate galleries, while AP partners with Daily Serving to present a review of “They Have Not the Art to Argue with Pictures.” Hou Hanru interviews two artists who rely on audience participation, while Anthony Marcellini talks with philosopher Alva Noë, who argues that consciousness forms through our interactions with each other and the world. While such an idea can’t be proven, given this issue’s contours, it certainly feels true.

Happy summer.―Victoria Gannon 

Features

Interview with Dan and Lia Perjovschi

Interview with Dan and Lia Perjovschi

By Hou Hanru

On the one hand, the drawings are absolutely for somebody who got trapped in his own country. The world of today is amazing in the possibilities given to the individual. On the other hand, all these promises came with lies, corporations, selling, markets, and all this money, money, money.

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Drifting and Navigating: Part 3

Drifting and Navigating: Part 3

By Anthony Marcellini

The view that I am recoiling from is an individualistic view, which presents us as radically separated from each other and from the world around us. As if we are submariners locked out of being at one with the world around us because we are stuck inside a ship and all we can read are the signals on our dashboard.

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Reviews

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