Fillip 16

Fillip is a publication of art, culture, and ideas released three times a year by the Projectile Publishing Society from Vancouver, British Columbia.

In the lead up to Fillip’s October 2012 conference, Institutions by Artists, Fillip 16 (produced in several alternate colour versions) features Vincent Bonin’s groundbreaking essay “Here, bad news always arrives too late,” which presents a chronology and counter-history of institutional critique in Canada since 1967 while investigating overlooked, but interrelated histories of artistic self-determination.

Fillip 16 also continues two ongoing series—Apparatus, Capture, Trace, which examines the links between biopolitics and photography, and Intangible Economies, which attempts to broaden the notion of economy beyond its financial dimensions.

Other features include:

Philip Monk on Crises in the Work of General Idea
Patricia Reed on Ethics and the Production of Misunderstanding
Ola El-Khalidi and Diala Khasawnih on Makan Space, Jordan
Jon Davies on Queer Spirits
Christopher Cozier and Claire Tancons on Alice Yard, Trinidad.

Fillip 16
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