volume 28 (July 2011) n.paradoxa on Biopolitics

Volume 28 of n.paradoxa on the theme of Biopolitics has just been published.


Angela Dimitrakaki ‘Labour, Ethics, Sex and Capital: On Biopolitical Production in Contemporary Art’
subRosa ‘Bodies Unlimited:A decade of subRosa’s art practice’
Márcia Oliveira ‘The postmodern paradox in visual arts aestheticism, politics and contemporary materialism’
Jo Anna Isaak ‘Memories, rooms, sound and skin: an interview with Irina Nakhova’
Women artists at the 54th Venice Biennale
Katy Deepwell ‘From Marginalia to Monalisa: an interview with Ida Applebroog’
Suzana Milevska ‘Woman Bear Witness’
Monica Sjoo and Anne Berg ‘Images on Womanpower– Arts Manifesto (1971)
(trying to give a rough and necessarily incomplete idea of what we are about.)’
Kim Sawchuk  ‘Bio-art and the feminist politics of hands-on knowledge: an interview with Tagny Duff’
Victoria Rance ‘Mary Kelly: Projects,1973-2010’
Kimberly Lamm ‘At the Pivot of the Biopolitical: Seeing Sex and Racism in Lorna Simpson’s You’re Fine’
3 Women: Maria Pininska-Berez, Natalia LL, Ewa Partum

Purchase at http://www.ktpress.co.uk

This volume is financially supported by Flo Art Foundation.

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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