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19 Mar 2008

n.paradoxa:international feminist art journal


volume 21, Violence, January 2008
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n. p a r a d o x a: international feminist art journal
Volume 21: Violence (January 2008)
Contents:
Flaudette May V. Datuin 'Uncommon Sense: On trauma interrupted' – a curator’s analysis of the politics and reception of this major international exhibition in Manila, The Phillippines against violence against women, which was dedicated to the Malaya Lolas.
'Bridging the Gap: the work of Shilpa Gupta': Ann Huber-Sigwart interviews Shilpa Gupta about her past 10 years’ work shown in London, Bombay, Germany and France.
Gertrud Sandqvist on 'Ann-Sofi Sidén's works Warte Ma! and QM, I think I call her QM.

Agnes Neumayr 'Critique and Politics of Emotions: A Different Approach to Violence against Women' analyses the politics of representation in the work of Canan Sanol (Turkey), Jenny Fraser (Australia), Carla Knapp and Angela Zwetter (Austria).
Gabi Ngcobo 'This is Not a Love Story: Zanele Muholi, Tracey Rose and Nandipha Mntambo'
an analysis of the representation of violence in the work of these South African artists.
Katarina Wadstein MacLeod 'Angry Girls and Violent Games: the paintings of Lena Cronqvist'

Aida Toledo and Anabella Acevedo 'Through their Eyes: Reflections on Violence in the Work of Guatemalan Performance and Installation Artists’ looks at the work of Regina Jose Galindo, Jessica Lagunas, Maria Adela Diaz, and Carolina Pineda.
Lorraine Morales Cox 'Transformed Bodies, Colonial Wounds and Ethnographic Tropes’ looks at the work of Wangechi Mutu, a Kenyan artist, based in New York in terms of ?Afro-PoMo’.
Rachel Mader 'Can Beauty Beat Violence? Alicia Framis, Emmanuelle Antille and Hikaru Miyakawa'
Aura Seikkula 'Kiba Lumberg: Experienced Otherness' explores the work of this Roma artist, based in Finland.
Sandra Sider 'Embedded in Fiber: Silent Screams': a discussion of fiber-based artists in North America whose work offers cathartic and commemorative approaches to violence against women.
Artists' Pages: Barbara Walker Series: Polite Violence (2006) mixed media works exploring a mother’s responses to the stop and search powers of police against young black men in Britain.


This volume of n.paradoxa is supported by a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York

In 11 years has published over 200 articles and interviews on the work of contemporary women artists in more than 45 countries in the world: developing a major archive of feminist art criticism, theory and analysis of feminist art practices by women artists today.
n.paradoxa was recently part of documenta 12's magazine project, Kassel, 2007. It has also been shown as part of Art in General's travelling magazine table.

Contents are listed in Art Bibliographies Modern; Art Index; Contemporary Culture Index and Wisconsin-Madison University Library Feminist Periodicals.
A comprehensive index to Volumes 1-19 is now available at www.ktpress.co.uk. This lists all authors, artists, and works covered in the last 10 years.

Next volume will appear in July 2008 on the theme of ?Incidental’

Editor: Katy Deepwell Editorial Board: Renee Baert (Canada); Joanna Frueh (USA); Hagiwara Hiroko (Japan); Janis Jefferies (UK); Hilary Robinson (USA); Olabisi Silva (Nigeria/UK).

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