November 27, 2010 - KALEIDOSCOPE - Issue 9 out now
November 27, 2010

Issue 9 out now

Issue 9, Winter 2010/11
Now available for sale worldwide

Be the first to get a copy at Art Basel Miami Beach!

More info, distribution details, and a brand new blog at: www.thekaleidoscope.eu

Featuring:

HIGHLIGHTS
Pedro Barateiro
– by Ricardo Nicolau; New Abstract Painting – Joanna Fiduccia and Michael Ned Holte in conversation; Michael Clark Company – by Catherine Wood; Pratchaya Phinthong – by Alessandro Rabottini; Klara Liden – by Chris Wiley; UK ’90s Dance Music – Francesco Tenaglia, Simon Reynolds and Mark Fisher in conversation.

MAIN THEME: THE INTERNET STATE OF MIND
All Wired in
– Lauren Cornell and Hanne Mugaas in conversation; Oliver Laric – by Carson Chan; The Ultimate Browser – by Barbara Casavecchia; Nachteule – special project by Anders Clausen; Who Owns Images? – Geeta Dayal, Kazys Varnelis, and Sam Thorne in conversation.

MONO: JEAN-LUC MOULÈNE
Perverting Circulation
– by Chris Sharp; Memento Mori – by Emily Cormack; Who’s Afraid of a Flower? – special project by Jean-Luc Moulène; A Serious Farce – material collected by François Piron.

COLUMNS
PIONEERS: Bill Bollinger
– by Simone Menegoi; FUTURA: Taryn Simon – interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist; MAPPING THE STUDIO: Mateo Tannatt – by Luca Cerizza; VIA À VIS: Thea Djordjadze and Tobias Putrih – interview by Elena Filipovic; CRITICAL SPACE: Quality Versus Quantity – by Markus Miessen; ON EXHIBITIONS: City by Night – by Paola Nicolin; LAST QUESTION: What Is Your Favorite Dystopia? – answer by Francis Upritchard.

TIPS: Recommendations for who/what not to miss
Also available online here.

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