Broadsheet 41.1

41.1


Broadsheet 41.1

Editor        Alan Cruickshank
Assistant Editor     Wendy Walker
Advertising Manager    Fiona Scott
Publisher        Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia Inc.
Design        Alan Cruickshank, Nasim Nasr
ISSN 0819 677X

COVER: Top: Shaun Gladwell, Pataphysical Man (detail, production still), 2005 Photo courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne and Sydney
Bottom: Marco Fusinato, Mass Black Implosion (Free Music No 1, Percy Grainger) (detail), 2009 Photo courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne and Sydney


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Individual Articles are available for download on the links below.

SPORADICAL ENCOUNTERS AND SPHERICAL THINKING:
A CONVERSATION BETWEEN NIKOS PAPASTER GIADIS AND PAUL CARTER

CERITH WYN EVANS : UNDER THE SIGN AND IN THE SPIRIT OF A STOA
Jan Verwoert

THE POWER OF DOUBT
Hou Hanru

MONSTROUS FEMININE : STEREOTYPIN G AGAINST THE GRAIN
Barbara Creed

LET HE WHO IS WITHOUT SIN CAST THE FIRST STONE
Jack Persekian

PARALLEL COLLISIONS : 2012 ADELAIDE BIENNIAL OF AUSTRALIAN ART CURATORS
ALEXIE GLASS -KANTOR AND NATASHA BULLOCK

IS THERE SUCH A THING AS GLOBAL CURATIN G?
Adam Geczy

THE DELINQUENT CURATOR : OR HOW CURATORS SHAFTED AUSTRALIAN ART
Brad Buckley / John Conomos

I COULD HAVE BEEN ENTIRELY FICTIONAL … IF CATHERINE HAD NOT SHOUTED OUT MY NAME TWICE. RABIH! RABIH!
Duygu Demir

LISA REIHANA’S PELT
Rhana Devenport

in tom nicholson’s shadow
Tony Birch

CRYSTAL VOYAGER
Lisa Slade

WHERE IDEAS AND IMAGES COLLIDE
Maria Kunda

ON POST -CRITICAL ART
Wes Hill

progressives and provincialism: art criticism and modernism in adelaide
Margot Osborne

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