October 10, 2006 - frieze - issue 102 out now
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October 10, 2006

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frieze issue 102

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(Our work) is competitive in a positive sense. Each of us brings back hunting trophies and we show them to each other.

In the October issue of frieze Peter Fischli and David Weiss talk to Jörg Heiser about three decades of making art, slapstick and semiotics, sausages and sunsets, culture and cats.

Lozano investigated the psychic and atomic boundaries of life and art, although not without psychic and mortal consequences.

Bruce Hainley reflects on the career of Lee Lozano, who, through her paintings, drawings and conceptual projects, aimed to participate only in a total revolution both personal and public. Jan Verwoert considers the work of Hilary Lloyd, whose video and slide installations study and celebrate movement, pose and gesture. On the occasion of his 70th birthday, Steve Reich, one of the most influential American composers of the last 40 years, talks to Dan Fox and Mark Godfrey about his groundbreaking early works and more recent multimedia collaborations.

Brian Dillon asks whether taste, once integral to discourses around aesthetics, culture, gender and class, has now become an anachronism. Martin Herbert wanders through Martin Boyces melancholy Modernist dreamworlds, and Tom Morton gets to grips with the eclectic sculptures of Abraham Cruzvillegas. Luca Cerizza and Massimiliano Gioni send a double city report from Milan and Turin, the artistic capitals of postwar Italy.

Also featured: Sarah Anne Johnson by Meeka Walsh, Armando Andrade Tudela by Dan Fox, Jan Mancuska by Melissa Gronlund and Karin Ruggaber by Sally OReilly.

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