May 6, 2002 - Cabinet - Issue 6 Spring 2002
May 6, 2002

Issue 6 Spring 2002

Issue 6 Spring 2002

CABINET

CABINET

A QUARTERLY MAGAZINE OF ART

AND HORTICULTURE

Now sprouting at bookstores near you is the new issue of Cabinet magazine carrying a special section on horticulture.

Art projects by Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber, Rachel Harrison, Nils Norman, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Justine Kurland, Sørten Martinsen, Alan Sonfist, Rachel Urkowitz, Laura Stein, Kim Dickey, Kris Lee, Olav Westphalen, Spencer Finch, and the mysterious Royal Potter. Includes a special pullout poster by Lisa Young.

Mierle Ukeles writes on her work at Fresh Kills since September 11; Jonathan Lethem remembers the hazel eyes in his family; David Serlin learns how to identify the professions of corpses through their bodily marks; Paul Collins looks at the fate of solar energy in the 19th century; Robin Veder examines color gardening’s influence on early color photography; Jesse Lerner finds out that having Mexico’s only pre-Columbian dog as a pet is a cultural statement; Philip Scher looks at why the government of Trinidad has tried to copyright the concept of carnival. And more….

Cabinet now on sale in independent bookstores, Barnes & Noble, Tower, select Borders, Hudson News, and Universal News.

See www.immaterial.net/cabi net for further information

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