n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal vol. 30 (July 2012) on « feminist aesthetics »

n.paradoxa is an academic not-for-profit journal published two times a year (Jan, July) from London since 1998. It focuses on contemporary women artists (post-1970) and discussions of their work by women scholars, curators, artists and writers in relation to feminist theory.


Table of contents, volume 30 (July 2012)

María Laura Rosa ‘Our bodies, our history: Mujeres Públicas’s activism in the city of Buenos Aires’ (Argentina)

Veeranganakumari Solanki  ‘Aesthetics and Identities:  interview with Reena Saini Kallat’ (India)

Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez (The Philippines) ‘Questions and Answers: interview with Lani Maestro’ (Canada, The Philippines)

‘Frames of Reference’ Rose Garrard: Interview by Anna Bunting-Branch (UK)

Ming Turner (UK) ‘Quasi-skin and post-human: Lin Pey Chwen’s Eve Clone series, 2010-2011’ (Taiwan)

Bracha L. Ettinger (Israel) ‘Artist’s Pages’

Carol Archer (Hong Kong) ‘Womanly Blooms: Cai Jin’s Beauty Banana Plant Paintings’ (China)

Marta Cenini (Italy) ‘Coco Fusco’s Room:Rethinking Feminism after Guantanamo’ (USA)

‘Making Space for Utopia, FAG and the Aesthetics of Activism’ (Canada) Christine Conley interviews Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue

‘Re.act Feminism: feminist, gender-critical and trans-gender performance art’ Katy Deepwell interviews curators Bettina Knaup and Beatrice E. Stammer (Germany, exhibition touring Europe)

Maria Photiou ‘The Green Line: Greek Cypriot Women Artists’ Politicised Practices Lia Lapithi and Marianna Christofides’

Picture spreads on:
Women on the Verge, Duba, Women Artists at Manifesta, Genk, Belgium, Women Artists at Arsenale, Kiev, Women Artists at Documenta 13, Kassel, Germany

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In 15 years, n.paradoxa has published over 400 articles from artists and writers living and working in more than 50 countries around the world.



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