Issue 65/66 Spring 1992

  • Of Knowing and Haunting the World: The Gnostic Art of Brian Catling by Liz Brooks ()
  • The Battlefields of Love: Insights in the Work of Roberta Graham by Lucy Hughes-Hallett ()
  • The Last Avant-Gardist: John Latham's Holistic Vision by John A Walker ()
  • The Confines of Power: Denis Masi's Recent Wall-Works by Mike Archer ()
  • Collaborations: An Interview with Philip Glass by Nicholas Zurbrugg ()
  • Mask, Role and Narrative: An Interview with Joan Jonas by Nick Kaye ()
  • Departure: The Brazilian Project of Marina Abramovic by Demosthenes Davvetas ()
  • The Fine Rats International: Performance Art and Post- Industrial Society by Jeffrey Collins ()
  • Alighiero e Boetti by Astrid Schmetterling ()
  • Jane Mulfinger: Lost For Words by Richard Dyer ()
  • Gaby Agis and Shelley Lasica by Andrew Renton ()
  • LIFT: The Damned Lovely; Mayhew and Edmunds by Sophie Constanti ()
  • LIFT: Nancy Reilly by Tony White ()
  • Phyllida Barlow by John Jordan ()
  • Theatre Repere: The Dragon's Trilogy by Peter Church ()
  • The Last Weekend by Louise Wilson ()
  • Miralda: The Honeymoon Project by Ann Cullis ()
  • Brighton Festival by Ariane Koek ()
  • Cricot - Tadeusz Kantor: Today is my Birthday by Astrid Schmetterling ()
  • Signs of the Times by Edith Decker ()
  • Chris Meigh-Andrews: Eau d'Artifice by Catherine Elwes ()
  • Forced Entertaiment: Welcome to the Dreamland; Marina and Lee by David Hughes ()
  • Madrid en Danza by Lucinda Jarrett ()
  • European Media Art Festival by Nicholas Morgan ()
  • James Turrell: Confort Moderne by Fiona Dunlop ()
  • All Colours Theatre: Celenta 17 by Lucy Nias ()
  • Bob Flanagan: Sick by Simon Anderson ()


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