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11 Jul 2011

n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal

Front cover of volume 28 n.paradoxa

volume 28 (July 2011) Biopolitics
KT press


n.paradoxa specialises in articles on contemporary women artists (post-1970) in relation to feminist theory.
n.paradoxa is published two times a year (Jan and July)
n.paradoxa is now in its 14th year of publication!

Katy Deepwell
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New volume of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal just published

Volume 28 (July 2011) Biopolitics

What is a feminist take on biopolitics? Several routes through the maze of definitions presented by both terms – feminism(s) and biopolitics – are suggested in this volume about contemporary women artists' practices. Biology + politics? Human bodies, female bodies? Material feminism(s) and feminist materialisms? Art approaching scientific and political issues, art as scientific experiments?


Angela Dimitrakaki 'Labour, Ethics, Sex and Capital:, On Biopolitical Production in Contemporary Art: Andrea Fraser and Tanja Ostojic'

subRosa 'Bodies Unlimited: A Decade of subRosa's Art Practice'

Marcia Oliveira 'The Postmodern Paradox in Visual Arts: Aestheticism, Politics and Contemporary Materialism: Ana Vieira'

Jo Anna Isaak 'Memories, Rooms, Sound and Skin: An Interview with Irina Nakhova'

Katy Deepwell 'From Marginalia to Monalisa: an interview with Ida Applebroog'

Suzana Milevska 'Woman Bear Witness'- an essay on women artists whose work addresses the persecution of Roma people.

Monica Sjoo and Anne Berg Images on 'Womanpower– Arts Manifesto (1971) - a reprint of an early feminist art manifesto'

Kim Sawchuk 'Bio-art and the feminist politics of hands-on knowledge: an interview with Canadian artist Tagny Duff'

Victoria Rance 'Mary Kelly: Projects, 1973-2010'

Kimberly Lamm 'At the Pivot of the Biopolitical: Seeing Sex and Racism in Lorna Simpson's You're Fine'

Artist Pages: from Silvia Ziranek 'A/MY LIFE IN (MY) WORDS' and '(WHAT?) FACE FATE'
Plus features on 'Women artists at the 54th Venice Biennale'
And '3 Women: Maria Pininska-Berez, Natalia LL, Ewa Partum' at Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw

This volume is financially supported by the Flo Art Foundation

The print journal is published two times a year (Jan and July) and its content is only available in print form. n.paradoxa is the only international feminist art journal specialising in contemporary visual arts in the world!

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