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ISSUE 115

SEP/OCT 2019

Issue 115
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Editor's Letter

The Art of Listening

Also available in:  Chinese
The Art of Listening

In the mountains of Lebanon, villagers drape strands of shiny magnetic tape from old cassettes over fruit trees to keep the birds away. 

One On One

Htein Lin on Antony Gormley

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Htein Lin on Antony Gormley

I was crossing London’s Waterloo Bridge on a bus to visit friends who worked for the BBC Burmese Service, which operates out of Bush House, when I caught a glimpse of a man standing on the pavement, looking as though he had just emerged from the River Thames. 

The Point

Thinking Outside the (Fair) Box

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Thinking Outside the (Fair) Box

Throughout 2019, The Point explores new models for operating in the art market. 

Profiles

The Commissioner
Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo

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The Commissioner

As 21st-century collectors increasingly seek big returns on their art investments, leading to brand names and bland conformity, Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo remains committed to pursuing an individualistic path. 

Features

Remembering Okwui Enwezor

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Remembering Okwui Enwezor

Queridísimo Okwui,

What is memory? Why does one remember? How does one remember? Where do we keep hundreds, thousands of memories in our brain? When does memory become history?

Reviews

The Racing Will Continue, The Dancing Will Stay

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The Racing Will Continue, The Dancing Will Stay

The group exhibition “The Racing Will Continue, The Dancing Will Stay,” curated by Leo Li Chen and presented by Guangdong Times Museum, took China’s reform and post-reform era as its starting point. 

Reviews

Homemade RC Toy
Geumhyung Jeong

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Homemade RC Toy

Artist and choreographer Geumhyung Jeong’s exhibition “Homemade RC Toy,” curated by Elena Filipovic at Kunsthalle Basel, evoked the sterile laboratory of an amateur roboticist. 

Print Content
REPORTS
Milan
Aichi Triennale Shuts Down Censorship Show
Seeking Enlightenment
Where Art Thou?
Playing Safe
Top Heavy
On the Horizon
Shaping Identities
ESSAYS
The De-Satirized Zone
The Ancestral Turn
PROFILES
Sydney Shen: Provoking the Master
İnci̇ Furni̇: the Psychology of Inaction
FEATURES
Lawrence Abu Hamdan: In the Ear of the Beholder
Nguyen Trinh Thi: Filmmaking as Resistant Poetic Amplitude
In Depth
Timothy Curtis: Facial Recognition
REVIEWS
Aichi Triennale 2019: Taming Y/Our Passion
Agatha Gothe-Snape and Wrong Solo: Certain Situations
ACT Festival 2019: FoodHack
Chiharu Shiota: The Soul Trembles
Wu Shanzhuan: Today Became a Holiday
Sim Chi Yin: One Day We’ll Understand
The Racing Will Continue, The Dancing Will Stay
Manuel Ocampo: Ideological Mash-Up/Remix
Bani Abidi: They Died Laughing
Geumhyung Jeong: Homemade RC Toy
Wong Ping: Heart Digger
Mrinalini Mukherjee: Phenomenal Nature
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige: On Scams
Where the Sea Remembers
Alternative Perspectives
WHERE I WORK
South Ho Siu Nam
FINE PRINT
On Board with Good Business
THE SKETCH
Judy Freya Sibayan: Archiving A Life’s Work

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