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Inside issue 36: August/September 2010
In art, we look at the interplay between digital technologies, performance, and installation with Rafael Lozano-Hemmer in his exhibition, Recorders, which opens this September. Stuart Brisley is one of performance art’s instigators; with a prolific career spanning five decades, we review his seminal works from the 1970s. The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to Today is a new exhibition that surveys over 100 works and illustrates how our definitions of sculpture have been altered by the photograph. Finally, a look at multiplicity and the defiance of categorisation with photographer, Jannica Honey.
In film, Javier Fuentes-León’s Sundance winning film, Undertow, reaches our screens. Abandon Normal Devices: Festival of New Cinema and Digital Culture opens in October, examines the intersection between art and cinema. ....
In music, Canada’s Born Ruffians are back with their new album, while we chat with Rob Da Bank, Radio1 DJ and the man behind Bestival, about the boutique festival experience.
Writer, Maile Chapman, discusses her debut ,em>Your Presence is Required at Suvanto.. and Wesley Stace otherwise known as John Wesley Harding chats about his new book, Charles Jessold, Considered as a Murderer.
In theatre & performance, we examine the crossover between immersive theatre and live action gamming in the The Games of Nonchalance.
Finally, Nigel Prince, Curator of Ikon in Birmingham chats about their new show This Could Happen to You: Ikon in the 1970s and the rising challenges that face the sector
With all the best exhibitions, productions, music and new releases of the coming months, this issue provides enough creativity flowing from these pages to inspire you for months. Enjoy.
- Jul 30, 2010 5:43 PM New Issue: August/September Out Today
- Jun 2, 2010 9:01 AM New June/July Issue Out Now
- Apr 1, 2010 11:42 AM Aesthetica's April/May Issue Out Today
- Jan 22, 2010 5:00 PM Aesthetica Short Film Competition: Encouraging and promoting artists’ film
- Jan 22, 2010 4:39 PM Aesthetica Short Film Competition: A platform for international filmmakers
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Aesthetica engages with contemporary art, contextualising it within the larger cultural framework. Founded in 2002, Aesthetica Magazine is one of Britain's leading art publications.
Exploring the varied nature of the arts and recognising the dynamics of contemporary culture, Aesthetica pushes the boundaries and evokes debate around today's most important topics. Bringing a fresh perspective to the national forum, Aesthetica is at the forefront of contemporary arts by critically engaging with visual art, film, music, literature and theatre.
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