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ISSUE 112

MAR/APR 2019

Issue 112
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Editor's Letter

Digital Terrestrials

Also available in:  Chinese
Digital Terrestrials

“Artists suffer aftereffects of the feebleminded media and the computerized media . . . Artists are shifting their task to communication, using Third Materials produced by all sorts of industries.” 

One On One

Ellen Pau on Danny Yung

Also available in:  Chinese
Ellen Pau on Danny Yung

I made my first super-8 movie The Glove, a surrealist tale of desire, in 1984, while studying radiology in Hong Kong. 

Profiles

Forming Public Spaces
Edmund Cheng

Also available in:  Chinese
Forming Public Spaces

Edmund Cheng is one of the main, quiet forces behind the growth of Singapore’s contemporary art scene. 

In-Depth

In-Depth

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In-Depth

When silent motion pictures were first introduced to mass audiences in Japan in the late 19th century, the task of a benshi was to preface the contents of a film and narrate the plot during the presentation. 

Reviews

Memos and Memories
Bahc Yiso

Also available in:  Chinese
Memos and Memories

In his MFA thesis, completed in 1985 at New York’s Pratt Institute, Bahc Yiso (1957–2004) recounts a parable about a group of four blind men. 

Reviews

Diaspora: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia

Also available in:  Chinese
Diaspora: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia

Curated by Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani, the ambitious survey “Diaspora: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia” featured works by 18 artists and artist collectives, and was centered on three facets of displacement: “exit,” which implies economically motivated emigration; “exile,” the removal and disempowerment of a person; and “exodus,” suggesting a group or common experience of leaving one’s home. 

Print Content
REPORTS
New York
Art Stage Singapore Cancelled Days Before Scheduled Opening
Advising for Longevity
Pigging Out
Where Art Thou?
New Year, Same Story
Game Faces On
There and Back Again: deSAR 2018
Drawn to Memory
ESSAYS
When Video Promised a Sci-Fi Future
PROFILES
Patrick Sun: The Whole Spectrum
Sue Cato: A Step Ahead
Frank F. Yang: The Flow of the River
Edmund Cheng: Forming Public Spaces
Christoph Bendick: From Seed to Bloom
FEATURES
Keiichi Tanaami: Demekin Memories
Timur Si-Qin: Radical Immanence, Infinite Difference
In Depth
HOW TO SEE [WHAT ISN’T THERE]
REVIEWS
12th Shanghai Biennale: Proregress
The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
Xiao Lu: Impossible Dialogue
Catastrophe and the Power of Art
Taipei Biennial: Post-nature: a Museum as an Ecosystem
Dance With It
Zeng Fanzhi: In the Studio
Bangkok Art Biennale
Astha Butail: In the Absence of Writing
Crude
Oumaya Alieh Soubra: Le Plein Et Le Vide
Om the Pearl River Delta: Episode I: Urban Explosion
Korakrit Arunanondchai: No History in a Room Filled With People With Funny Names 5
Yukultji Napangati
Forest of Lost Trees
WHERE I WORK
Suki Seokyeong Kang
THE SKETCH
Shu Lea Cheang

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