Issue 4

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Contents:

Mark Kelly: The Imaginary Archive (Review of The Imaginary Archive, Gregory Sholette,  126, Galway)

Jan Carson: Paul Erdos Almost Speaks (Creative Writing Response to Jan McNiell’s piece at the RUA exhibition, Ulster Museum, Belfast)

Andrew Eaton: The New Black (Review of ‘The Build Conference’, Black Box, Belfast)

David McClelland: Silent Echoes (Review of Silent Echoes group exhibition, Ulster Museum, Belfast)

Iain Griffin: Common Interests (Review of AAI Awards, PLACE, Belfast)

Frank Wasser: Sisiphus Rising (Review of Underground, Basic Space, Dublin)

Sarah Allen: Revenge (Review of Revenge of the Pleasure Principle, KT Contemporary, Dublin)

Suzanne Walsh: Slippery Subjects (Creative Writing Response to Case Study: Loch Ness, Gerard Byrne, IMMA, Dublin)

Lee Devonish: Nothing (Review of Nothing in the World But Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate)

 

Illustrators:

Sarah Gordon: disclaimer_244@hotmail.com

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One thought on “Issue 4

  1. I gave up trying to read this Magazine/journal. I really don’t want to be visually tortured while I am reading. The whole thing reflects a mindset that eschews clarity and precision, which is the hallmark of good writing whether it be fiction or non fiction. It is dissappointing, but not really surprising that a contemporary arts magazine should be like this; most contemporary art is equally ugly, alienating and totally self indulgent.

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