October 23, 2010 - Fillip - Issue 12 available now
October 23, 2010

Issue 12 available now

American track and field athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos protest the 1968 Summer Olympic games, Mexico City, Mexico.
Courtesy of Popperfoto / Getty Images.

Fillip 12 Available Now
On Critical Forms of Publicness

Subscribe online at: fillip.ca/subscriptions

Fillip is pleased to announce the worldwide availability of its twelfth issue.

Developed in conjunction with the commission of a site-specific project by Dutch artist Mark Manders, Fillip 12 weighs a discussion of art and publicness against a range of topics including New Institutionalism; affect, critique, and the city; riot shows; public art; and the photographic legacy of Hurricane Katrina, among other considerations.

In an effort to stimulate a dialogue on the concerns of publicness, the content of the issue was distributed online through various social media networks and through Fillip’s mailing list in advance of its print release. This content is still available on our Web site in full, free of charge.

Content from the issue includes:

Lorna Brown & Anne Pasternak: Agility in Public
Jeff Derksen: How High Is the City, How Deep Is Our Love
Sean Dockray: The Scan and the Export
Eric Kluitenberg: Eclipse of the Spectacle
Sven Lütticken: Once More on Publicness
Julian Myers: Riot Show
Kristina Lee Podesva: When the Levees Break
Kathleen Ritter: Translating Rubble: Misreading Mark Manders
Keith Wallace: Artist-Run Centres in Vancouver

Orders & Subscriptions
Fillip 12 is available with paid postage internationally via bit.ly/bMngIR and can be ordered through Motto Distribution (Europe), Textfield Distribution (US), Disticor (Canada/US), and The Book Society (Asia). Subscriptions are available via the Fillip Web site.

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