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ISSUE #2: Michael Craig-Martin on PROCESS

Untitled (xbox control) Irish-British conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin’s LAST WORD on PROCESS: Advertisements

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ISSUE #2: The Politics of Displaying Dunhuang by Stacy Guoying Zhang

During Aurel Stein’s four major expeditions in Central Asia from 1910 to 1930, the second one, sponsored by the British Museum and the Government of India, resulted in the acquisition of 24 cases of manuscripts and 5 cases of paintings … Continue reading

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ISSUE #2: Michelangelo Corsaro on PROCESS

Michelangelo Corsaro is a writer and curator temporarily based in Athens. He works as guest curator at Kunsthalle Athena and is part of the editorial team of South As a State of Mind. CON.TEXT: How do you visualise the progress of … Continue reading

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ISSUE #2: Mutagens of the Imagination by Luke Zeitlin

“Normal science, the activity in which most scientists inevitably spend most all their time, is predicated on the assumption that the scientific community knows what the world is like. Normal science, often suppresses fundamental novelties because they are necessarily subversive … Continue reading

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ISSUE #2: Jack Bell on PROCESS

For ISSUE#2 of CON.TEXT we interviewed gallerist Jack Bell. Jack Bell Gallery, located in Mason’s Yard, London, is notable for it’s focus on contemporary African art. We were interested in this national focus at a time when nationalism is becoming … Continue reading

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