n.paradoxa volume 27 Women’s Work (Jan 2011) just published!

Volume 27 of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal has just been published.

n.paradoxa in print has 96 pages of content, 8 pp. colour, ISSN: 1461-0434
It is available to order from http://www.ktpress.co.uk

You can read the following articles:-

Gabrielle Moser  ‘“Working-through” public and private labour  Sophie Calle’s Prenez soin de vous’

Andrea Liss ‘Memory Work, Trauma and the Maternal’

Ewa Malgorzata Tatar ‘Interrogating “postfeminism”: Women artists from Poland’

Meredith A. Brown ‘The Balance Sheet: A.I.R. Gallery and Government Funding’

Reiko Kokatsu ‘Mitsuko Tabe: Beyond Kyûshû-ha’

Patricia Karetzky ‘Gao Yuan’s “Precious Little Angel”’

Kanitra Fletcher ‘Up for Review: Re-presentations of Black Women’s (Art)work’

Heike Friauf ‘On the ‘grotesque working conditions’ of women artists’

Amy Budd ‘Reinterpreting the Mannequin: Allen Jones, Cathy Wilkes and Morag Keil’

Christine Wertheim ‘Craft-Work: A sampler of musings on art and labor in the Information Age or how to make alterations in global financial fabrics’

Katy Deepwell ‘”The relationship between big and small things”’ Interview with Tsaplya and Gluklya, Factory of Found Clothes

plus book reviews.

About nparadoxa

n.paradoxa is an international feminist art journal, published since 1996 online and 1998 in print website: www.ktpress.co.uk n.paradoxa is edited by Katy Deepwell
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