Issue 43 Sept/Oct 1986

  • Close to the Horns: Ross Finn-Kelcey, a profile by Jeni Walwin (Article)
  • Artists in the Theatre: a historical outline by Sara Selwood (Article)
  • Entranced by Butterflies: Lumiere and Son - an opinion by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Furniturisaton: A Suitable Case for Treatment by David Briers (Article)
  • Carnival Logic: An Analytical View by Wilson Harris (Article)
  • Speculation on Memory: Stuart Brisley in Glasgow by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Imaginez: The Fridbourg 'Belluard Bollwerk' by Tara Babel (Article)
  • Suspended Animation: The Venice Biennale by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • North V South: Polveriginteatro Festival by Honey Salvadori (Article)
  • Ars Electronica: New music and performance at Linz by Simon Biggs (Article)
  • Polyphonix: Performance and soundwork in Paris by Simon Herbert (Article)
  • Off the Beaten Track: Round London's Student Shows by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • In Sea: Bow Gamelan Ensemble at the ICA by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Daylight: New Performance Club by Bill Mills (Article)
  • Eye Music and Charting Time: At the Serpentine by Peter McRae, Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Synchro Cycling: A Night in Bike City: Charlie Hooker by Robin Morley (Article)
  • Performance Art Talks: Think Tank Report by Jane Jackson (Article)


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