Lane Relyea in conversation with Jorge Pardo, 007 Interview
Christina Végh, What We Need in LIfe, 039 Survey
Chris Kraus, 3166 Sea View Lane, 105 Focus
Veronica Gonzalez, Twin time, or; how death befell me, 117 Artist's Choice
Jorge Pardo, 127 Artist's Writings
Interview: LANE RELYEA is Assistant Professor of Art Theory and Practice at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. He writes regularly for such magazines as Artforum, Art in America, and Parkett, and he has contributed to numerous publications, including monographs on such artists as Vija Clemins (2004) and Wolfgang Tillmans (2006), and exhibition catalogues suck as 'Helter Skelter' (1992) ad 'Public Offerings' (2001).
Survey: CHRISTINA VÉGH has been Director of the Bonner Kunstverein since 2005, where she has organized exhibitions on such artists as Jonas Dahlberg and Ján Mancuska (2005) and John Baldassari (2007). In 2000 she curated an exhibition on Jorge Pardo at Kunsthalle Basel, and she has written extensively on his work. She contributes to a range of art journals, including Parkett and Kunstbulletin, and her published writing includes texts on Franz Ackerman, Yehudit Sasportas and Corey McCorkle.
Focus: CHRIS KRAUS, a writer based in Los Angeles, is founding editor of Semiotext(e)'s Native Agents imprint. She has written on art, poetics and theory for numerous academic anthologies and art magazines, and she is the author of 'Video Green', a collection of essays about Los Angeles art world.
Artist's Choice: VERONICA GONZALES is a writer based in Los Angeles. In 2004 she co-edited 'Juncture: 25 Very Good Stories and 12 Excellent Drawings', an anthology of art and fiction published by Soft Skull Press. 'Twin time: or; how death befell me' is her first novel. She is married to Jorge Pardo.
Artist's Writings: JORGE PARDO is an artist whose work engages functional forms to challenge the notion of public space and private utility. Included here is 'Proposal for the movie theater The Oliver', an outdoor cinema pavilion in Braunschweig, Germany, as well as a 1999 conversation with long-time friend and collaborator Jan Tumlir.
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