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5.1 INVASION


5.2 THE FUTURE

5.3 EXCESS


5.4 ART & POLITICS

5.5 SELLING OUT

6.1 THERAPY

6.2 ALTERATIONtd>

6.3 UNDERGROUND

6.4 SACRED

7.1 BORING

7.2 ART & SCIENCE

7.3 IN THEORY

7.4 POPULARITY

8.1 PROGRESS
8.2
8.2 POSITION
8.3
8.3 PAIN
8.3
8.4 PROPERTY

8.4 Volume 8 Issue 4

PROPERTY

Editorial:
Margrit Talpalaru
Features:
Agnieszka Matejko, “Under Martha Stewart Skies”
Mary Christa O’Keefe, “The fantasy of exodus”
Opinion:
Cody McCarroll, “Consolidating Canada’s Agricultural Capital, or, How to Do Things with Pictures of Farmers”
Artist Project:
Barrie Sutcliffe, “Crevasse”

Reviews:
Amy Fung, “11404: Processing Within and Beyond Intellectual Property Lines”
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8.3 Volume 8 Issue 3

PAIN

Editorial:
Miriam Cooley
Features:
Lisa Ann Robertson, "The Vicissitudes of Videogames"
Alan Rhodes, "Roses and Easier Flowers"
Opinion:
Lisa Micheelsen, "Pain and the Creative Process"

Artist Project:
Irene Louglin, "meltdown el centro del norte"

Reviews:
Jacklyn Farris, Pulling. Tugging. Stretching. Make it Bigger. Forcing.
jan jagodzinski, "W(h)ither Pain?"
Sarah Murphy, On the Subject of Pain: the artwork of Shary Boyle
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8.2 Volume 8 Issue 2

POSITION

Editorial:
Kirk Marlow
Features:
Brian Raychaba, “The Contestable Position of the Bishop
Grandin LRT Mural”
Brian Gibson, “Staging A Stand-Up Protest”
Artist Project:
Mary Joyce, ““1OO YEARS” Edmonton and District Labour Council 1906–2006”

Reviews:
Patti Pente, “Catfight: Meow, Hiss, ShutUp Already”
Christopher S. Michaud, Bonnie Baxter Review
Monica Emme & Michael J. Emme, “Review – Free For All”
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Volume 8 Issue 1

PROGRESS

Editorial:
Gayle Gorman

Features:
Shawna Dempsey, “The Future Used to Be Better Looking”
Ted Kerr, “A City’s Downtown Is Not Merely A Collection Of
Skyscrapers”
Artist Project:
Neil Fiertel, “Simian Reaching”

Column:
Jannie Edwards, “Crime Scenes and Angels”
Reviews:
Mary Christa O’Keefe, “Uncanny Progress: The Concerns of
Andrea Pinheiro”

Joel Rhein, “Distilled Broadcasting”

Karen Elliot, “Star Trek Voyager’s “Death Wish”: They Don’t
Dare Feel Sad, If Only They Would, That Would Be Progress.
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Volume 7 Issue 4

POPULARITY

Editorial:
Miriam Cooley

Features:
T.L. Cowan and Meryn Cadell, "T.L. Cowan talks to Meryn Cadell about making it big"
Jessica Hiemstra-van der Horst, "Some thoughts on stuffed pikes, panties and other great works of art"
Artist Project:
Mitch Robertson, "The six most commonly drawn numbers in the history of Lotto 6/49"
Reviews:
Carolina Cambre, "A Fugitive Frame: Ruminations"
Jason Wallin, "Beauty is in the eye of the exploiter"
Amy Fung, "Popular Bakery"
gayle gorman, "Love is..."
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Volume 7 Issue 3

IN THEORY

Editorial:
Elizabeth Beauchamp

Features:
David LaRiviere, “Liquid Bacon”
Craig Campbell, “Intermedia is the word of the day”

Artist Project:
Kirk Marlow, ”Gauging Public Tastes”

Opinion:
Tonya Davidson, “Haunting Edmonton”

Reviews:
T.L. Cowan, “Concrete Poetry for Kids”
Jennifer Dysart, “The Journals of Knud Rasmussen”
Tanya Lukin-Linklater, “The Journals of Knud Rasmussen”
Sonya Betz, “An Alberta Art Chronicle”

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Volume 7 Issue 2

ART & SCIENCE

Editorial:
Todd Janes

Features:
Neil Parmar, “Art In Space”
Keri Cronin, “Through the Lens: The Art and Science of
Environmental Photography

Artist Project:
Mark Hutchinson, ”A History of Kisses in My Kingdom of Mud”

Opinion:
Gordon Freeman, “The Art of Science”

Reviews:
Gayle Gorman, “Crowds/Conversations/Confessions”
Andriko Lozowy, “Wind-Made: The Art Gallery of Swift Current”

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Volume 7 Issue 1

BORING

Editorial:
TL Cowan

Features:
Adam Lewis Schroeder, “Halcyon Memories of SweaterLodge”
Christa O’Keefe, “Working The Mundane”

Artist Project:
Linda Rae Dornan, “A Certain History of a Town”
Accompanying essay by Todd Janes

Opinion:
Jan Jagodzinski, “-BORING-”

Reviews:
Cookie Everman, “Pagan Light: New Photo Paintings by Neil
Fiertel”
Mary Chan, “Pride and Prejudice (dir. Joe Wright)”
Linda Wilkinson, “Station Café”
Scott Messenger, “Obit: Bentall Building Remains”
Amy Fung, “Through Alberta Eyes: the photographs of Orest
Semchisen”

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Packaged with Artist Project, audio recording on compact disc

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Volume 6 Issue 4

SACRED

Editorial:
Agnieszka Matejko

Features:
Hoyne Santa-Balazs, “Reaching or Transcendence”
Sharon Alward, “Negotiating Sacred Strategies: Creating
Sacred Spaces”

Artist Project:
Blair Brennan and Sandra Gabriele, “All Men Think They’re Christ”

Opinion:
Ted Giese, “An Equal Percentage of Nothing is Still Nothing”

Reviews:
Christa O’Keefe, “Fielding The Big Questions”
Amy Fung, “Paved Paradise”
Mary Pinkoski, “Seeing Society in the Sacred: Travelling
through the Edmonton Municipal Cemetery”
Devon Smither, “Hidden Treasures in the City”
Leilei Chen, “Wentao Pai An: Another Progress in China”
Neil Parmar, “Bazaar Hopping”

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Volume 6 Issue 3

UNDERGROUND

Editorial:
Kirk Marlow

Features:
Scott Messenger, “Cloistering History: From the Collection
Mandate to the Museum Vault”
Amy Fung, “Over and Underground: The Post-Fine Arts
Experience”

Artist Project:
Jill Watamaniuk, “Haunt My Self”

Opinion:
Wallis Kendall, “Creative Flow in the Underground”

Reviews:
Christa O’Keefe, “Surface As Metaphor for What’s Beneath”
Neil Parmar, “Finely Aged Humour”
Brian Gibson, “Be Ware: Comic Artist Chris Ware Bites Back”
TL Cowan and Andrea Zariwny, “Subterranean Rock & Art -
TL Cowan in conversation with rUckUs owner Andrea Zariwny”
Cookie Everman, “The Unclean”

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Volume 6 Issue 2

ALTERATION

Editorial:
TL Cowan

Features:
Thea Bowering, “The Frankendress: or, History Thrice Turned”
David Foster, “Performing Images: Adapting Poetry to Film in
Primiti Too Taa and At the Quinte Hotel”

Artist Project:
Katarzyna Vedah and Richard Boulet, “Psychological alterations
with a black humor twist”

Opinion:
Darrin Hagen, “’No one can change; one can only renovate’”

Reviews:
Linda Wilkinson, “Planet Ze Design Center”
Lea Zeltserman, “Robyn Cumming, ‘In Place’”
Scott Messenger, ”The Art of Insect Illustration and Threads of
Entomological History”
Amy Fung, “The Red Strap Market”
Kirsten McCrea, “Beyond Olympia”
Neil Parmar, “Seoul Searching Profile of In-Jong Won”

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Volume 6 Issue 1

THERAPY

Editorial:
Miriam Cooley

Features:
Shirley A. Serviss, “Artists on the Wards”
Elizabeth Beauchamp, “Memorial Culture”

Artist Project:
Kristy Harcourt and Lynn Sutankayo, “Out Is In – Self Portrait
Project Featuring artists Jen Leech and Tim Jolly”

Opinion:
Brian Webb, “Art as Therapy”

Reviews:
Scott Messenger, “Christopher Kowal ‘Leave it to Beaver’”
Amy Fung, “18th Annual Edmonton International Film Festival”
Linda Wilkinson, “Holy Hands Gospel Sign Language Choir”
Neil Parmar, “Jeff Wall’s ‘After Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison,
the Preface (1999-2001)’”


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Volume 5 Issue 5

SELLING OUT

Editorial:
Allison Sivak

Features:
Isabela C. Varela, “Materialism for the Masses”
Clint Wilson, “postcard from nowhere - community and the
erotic life of property”

Artist Project:
Luis Jacob, “Adamant”

Opinion:
Stuart Adams, “A passionate discourse on selling and
marketing”

Reviews:
Thea Bowering, “Domestic Art in the Age of Novelty”
Raymond Biesinger, “SOLD”
Scott Messenger, “Shattering Smiles on Pavement”

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Volume 5 Issue 4

ART & POLITICS

Editorial:
Rose Clancy

Features:
Bernard Bloom, “No More Art That Makes The Rich Feel Good”
Alice Major, “Politics as Phase Space”

Artist Project:
Stephen Notley, “The Political Artist”

Opinion:
Lisa Claire Lakaparampil, “An Interview with Laurie Blakeman:
the Dialectics of Politics and Art in Alberta”

Reviews:
Raymond Biesinger, “Political Party Logos”
Laura Kozak, “PLO.”
Chris Boughton, “The CN Tower Building: Edmonton’s
Ozymandias”
Amy Fung, “Fahrenheit 9/11”
Neil Parmar, “Intersection”
Lea Zeltserman, “Dotdotlineline”

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Volume 5 Issue 3

EXCESS

Editorial:
Rose Clancy

Features:
Miriam Cooley, “Just Looking… at the Pictures?”
Allan Sheppard, “Edmonton’s Festivals: More is More”

Artist Project:
Mariann Sinkovics, “The Lady Luck”

Reviews:
Melany Nugent, “Geoff Lilloman’s ‘Oculart’”
Ruth Anderson Donovan, “Lyndal Osbourne’s ‘Shoalwan: River
Through Fire, River of Ice’”
Laura Kozak, “Mouth Watering”
P. Studge, “’Vincent in Brixton’”
Patricia Laing, “Violet Owen’s ‘Any Precious Girl’”

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Volume 5 Issue 2

THE FUTURE

Editorial:
Todd Janes

Features:
Donna Wawzonek, “Advocacy and Mentorship: Many Questions
and a Couple Thoughts”
Tomas Jonsson, “Long Acts”

Artist Project:
Raymond Biesigner, “Those Empires Certainly Have their Stars”

Reviews:
Colleen Stewart, “Randy Weins’ ‘Fusion’”
Scott Messenger, “ImPark Lot 223”
Neil Parmar, “U of A hits glass ceiling in building design”
Marc Hébert, “Melvin Charney: Un Dictionnaire…”
Tami Oliphant, “Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood”

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Volume 5 Issue 1

INVASION

Editorial:
Christine Rogerson

Features:
Melisa Brittain, “Liberation Fantasy Revised: ‘White Women
Saving Brown Men from Themselves’”
Myron Nebozuk, “The Invasion of the Sleepwalkers”

Artist Project:
Lee Anne Pellerin

Reviews:
Neil Parmar, “The Best of Two Worlds: A Surrealist Commentary
on Nature and Societal Interaction”
Jasmine Politeski, “Pg. 23”
Jason Symington, “A Good Alternative”
Brian Welling, “Shawn Pinchbeck’s ‘Sonic Spaces – the kinetics
of sound’”
Anthony Easton, “Glossy, Shiny Death”
Todd Janes, “Art Action 1958-1998”
Christine Rogerson, “The Bait and the Baited: Marcia Adzich’s
‘Above and Below’”

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