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|Latest issue / laatste cahier / letztes Heft:
Issue # 16: commemorating Danièle Huillet, focusing on films by her and Jean-Marie Straub, and featuring other artists and writers. (A lot is in German, this time.)
Issue # 15: featuring articles on the theater, art from Pakistan, Germany and Canada, and on the deconstructivist artist Doris Schöttler-Boll (1945-2015).
Issue # 14: a special issue, in commemoration of a war that was recklessly begun in August 1914, and in opposition to those who start and wage wars today. Artists cannot remain neutral, we think. Peace matters, as does justice, free equality and equal freedom, and the emancipation of mankind.
Issue # 13: featuring Pavel Branko on the "microdramaturgy of documentarism," a tribute in memory of Tony Morgan, thoughts about Minimalist Art and about recent works by Luc Piron, and - last not least - reflections on installations and sculptures by Urs Jaeggi.
Issue # 12: an issue focusing on Huang Yu-Shan, a feminist Chinese filmmaker working in Taiwan, and on a film by Werner Nekes... [In English, auf Deutsch]
Issue # 11: with a short text on a cherished 'bard of the people', Bob Dylan who'll be 70 soon. With articles about contemporary Belgian composers and sound artists, three texts on two works by Dieter Schnebel, and a look at paintings by Luc Coeckelberghs. And, in memory of Pina Bausch: a review of a dance performance of the Pina Bausch dance theatre, seen years ago in Wuppertal.
Issue # 10: an issue mainly about sculpture. The Giacometti Retrospective in Rotterdam; Zadkine; Alfred Hrdlicka; Jochen Gerz. Also three Belgian sculptors - Vincent Halflants, Anne-Marie Klenes and Jean Georges Massart
Issue # 9: An issue on commodification, fetishization, questions of hegemony and censorship in the arts
Issue # 8: 5 Belgian artists: Luc Coeckelberghs, Leen Lybeer, Vincent Halflants, Els Patoor, Luc Piron, Francis Schmetz. Also: Baudouin Oosterlynk, sound artist and experimental composer. Karin Mels, a filmmaker from Ghent. recent paintings by Angelo Evelyn, and a look back at the SPEELHOVEN exhibitions (works by Delphine Coindret, Johann Creten, Lionel Estère, Alain Géronnez, Joris Ghekiere and Jenny Watson).
Issue # 7: A Belgian minimalist: Luc Piron. - The "Atelierhaus Essen": a vital place of debate on contemporary art in the Ruhr district. - Happenings and Political Intervention: The Invention of "Clown Armies"
Issue # 6: "Calling Indonesia", A special issue on the sculptures of Borobudur, on Wim Umboh, a progressive Indonesian filmmaker; etc.
Issue # 5: Focus on Sara Driver's "Sleepwalk", and on paintings and other works by Ute Haring (London, New York, and Leipzig)
Issue # 4: Special Figurenfeld issue: How three visual artists from Belgium, Canada and Germany and a poet echoed the large ensemble of sculptures by Alois Wünsche-Mitterecker (an example of anti-war "land art" avant la lettre in a hidden valley of the Franconian Jura mountains).
Issue # 3 A retropective look at Yugoslav cinema, by Pavel Branko and Wolfram Schuette; cinéma engagé in Mexico in the early 1970s; the "Hamburg Filmschau" in the early '70s (films by Malcolm Le Grice, Werner Nekes, Dore O. and Klaus Wiborny). And last not least: Censorship in the U.S.? - The case of Fahrenheit 9/11
Issue # 2 Pavel Branko and Andreas Weiland on documentary film. A Canadian expatriate artist: Angelo Evelyn. Three realists: Gerhard Bettermann, Klaus Boettger, Ernest Spitz
Issue # 1 Art in the Middle East: Haddad Maurice, Saad el Girgawi, etc.
Issue # Zero Theoretical interventions by Magdi Youssef: challenging the myth of "European literature", questioning the hegemonial model of theater, and arguing in favor of a democratization of the theater.
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