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Monitored or Recorded by Luna Galassini

  For the past five years I’ve worked as a freelance transcriber: I download audio files onto my laptop and then type what I hear. I know the name of the client and the broad category that the audio might

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Artists’ Books by Philip Zimmermann

Narrative Artists’ Books and the Human Condition: The Work of Philip Zimmermann (From Vol. 44, no. 1&2) Levi Sherman Most artists attempt to balance the personal and societal, but the artist’s books of Philip Zimmermann, who spoke at Visual Studies Workshop’s 2016 Photo-Bookworks

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Anxious to Secure (2016) by Sophie Hoyle

Anxious to Secure (2016) by Sophie Hoyle Excerpt from Transmediale: Festival for Art & Digital Culture (From Issue Vol. 43, no. 6) Berlin February 3–7, 2016 Andrea Liu …Brooding, portentous, and imbued with a claustrophobic feeling of enclosure, Sophie Hoyle’s

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Transmediale: Festival for Art & Digital Culture

Transmediale: Festival for Art & Digital Culture Berlin February 3–7, 2016 From Skype duets to an artist shaking hands with one thousand people and then tak­ing “Microbiome Selfies” of the germs on his hands, from a performance of a flying

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Istanbul Ghettoes, by Stephanie Paine and Kevin Yildirim

Last year, on a very hot June day, I went to the Istanbul neighborhood of Sulukule with photographer Stephanie Paine. For the previous two years I had been a regular visitor to the area, which is a mere ten-minute bus

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The Cowboy Prince

The Cowboy Prince John Aäsp In fall of 2015, Richard Prince exhibited a sculpture titled Cowboy at Barbara Gladstone Gallery in Chelsea in New York City, which was both predictable and surprising. Prince’s long preoccupation with the cowboy image started

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And Everything Else, by HA! (Home Affairs)

  Statement: The idea of the maternal as a historically and socially constructed process is a relatively recent theme in feminist art and thought, emerging in politically engaged work in the 1960s and ’70s. In the United States, this topic

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Places, by elementWo

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Statement: A terrorist organization has become a state. A very particular one, with borders defined by an invisible conflict and with a heterogeneous population, Western and Eastern at the same time. This is ISIS, the mysterious Islamic State of Iraq

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Holograms for Freedom by No Somos Delito

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HOLOGRAMS FOR FREEDOM / NOSOMOSDELITO / ECRESPO @GARLIC.TV / ENGLISH from Garlic on Vimeo. Invisible Participation: The Hologram Protest in Spain, from Issue Vol. 43, no. 4 Almundena Escobar López Is it possible to organize a demonstration without actual people? Rosalyn

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Interview with Zanele Muholi

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Zanele Muholi Interview from The Photographers’ Gallery on Vimeo.   Excerpt of Zanele Muholi: Isibonelo/Evidence, from Afterimage Vol. 43, no.3 Jaclyn Meloche Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum May 1–November 1, 2015 Zanele Muholi: Isibonelo/Evidence is a timely

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FROM THE ISSUE

Current Issue, Vol. 45, no. 1

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Beyond The Drama by Saara Mäntylä

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REVIEW
Wish for Amnesia by Barbara Rosenthal


DOSSIER
Speculations and Inquiries on New Participatory Documentary Environments


DOSSIER
Toward a Theory of Participatory New Media Documentary


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Documentary Untethered, Documentary Becoming


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Collaborative Documentary Practice: Histories, Theories, Practices


EXHIBITION REVIEW
Sondra Perry: flesh out


EXHIBITION REVIEW
Zach Nader: stage blind

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Of the Appalachian Diaspora Text by Stephen J. Quigley
Photographs by April L. O'Brien


Outside My Outdoor Shower There Is a Carnival Text by Lisa Annelouise Rentz
Photographs by Michelle Mueller
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