Phil Collins

Afterall 29, Spring 2012

Issue 29 features deals with the notion of contested and constructed histories. Featuring Moyra Davey, Eugenio Dittborn, Wendelien van Oldenborgh and Dierk Schmidt; accompanying texts look at cinematic space and the public sphere, the ‘Useful Life’ exhibition and R Kelly’s hip-hopera.
Contents include:

Contextual Essays
“Temporality, Sociality, Publicness: Cinema as Art Project”
“The Operation Was a Success But the Patient Died”

Moyra Davey
“Slack Time”
“Pygmalion Desire in Les Goddesses”

Wendelien van Oldenborgh
“Interzone: On Three Works by Wendelien van Oldenborgh”
“Wendelien van Oldenborgh: ‘The past is never dead. It’s not even past.'”

Eugenio Dittborn
“Disarmed and Equipped: Strategies, Politics and Poetics of the Image in Eugenio Dittborn’s Airmail Paintings”
“Correcaminos VII/ Roadrunner VII, 2012”
“No Man’s Land Paintings”

Dierk Schmidt
“Image Leaks: Dierk Schmidt’s Critical Opening of a Permeable Medium”
“Dierk Schmidt: Packing the Hard Potatoes”

Events, Works, Exhibitions
‘Useful Life’: Reflection Among Exhibition Frenzy (Shanghai, 2000)
Robert Kelly and Robert McNamara: Extended Narrative versus Data Mining

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Afterall #27, Summer 2011

Disobedient Video in France in the 1970s: Video Production by Women’s Collectives

Propositions and Publications: On Dexter Sinister
A Flibbertigibbet, a Will-o’-the-wisp, a Clown (Or 10 Reasons Why Graphic Design Is Not the Issue)

Minerva Cuevas: Anarchy in the Hive
Minerva Cuevas and the Art of Para-sitic Intervention

ABC West: On Playgrounds and Andrea Zittel
A–Z West in Context: A Spatial Analysis

Jef Geys’s Art-Making Ethics
The Really Ignorant Schoolmaster: Jef Geys, Amongst Many Others

Sympathy Is a Bridge for Ideology: Phil Collins’s Adventures in Marxism
Mapping the Terrain, Again

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