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Fillip 7

Date
2008
Publisher
Projectile Publishing
Format
Periodicals
Size
30.5 × 22.5 cm
Length
32 
Description

Fillip 7 – This new edition of Fillip covers the resurgent growth and implications of collectivity-based art production. Fillip 7 includes writing on contemporary and historical art collectives such as the Turin-based group Lo Zoo and the Collective Foundation from San Francisco. Collectivism After Modernism, an important new book on the subject of group-driven art practices is reviewed. The issue features an essay on participation beyond models of consensus, and looks at a provisional curatorial project with young aboriginal women in Southern British Columbia.

Lawrence Weiner and Liam Gillick are interviewed, and reviews of biennales and exhibitions are included. Fillip 7 contains poster projects by Paul Chan and Kristan Horton. Dan Starling inaugurates the Fillip Index project.

Fillip is a publication of art, culture, and ideas released three times a year by the Projectile Publishing Society based in Vancouver.

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