Dalziel + Scullion
Another Place








Asa Andersson, Untitled









Virginia Brunnert,
Drawing with 3 Noodles
















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Shirin Neshat, Soliloquy, Film Still, 1999 (Courtesy Barbara Gladstone)


Shirin Sheshat, known previously for her still photography, came to international prominence during 1999 with her video installation Turbulent, which won the prestigious Golden Lion award at the Venice Biennale. We are delighted to publish colour production stills from her latest video installation Soliloquy, shown at Fruitmarket Gallery during the 2000 Edinburgh International Festival, with an essay by Amna Malik, which also discusses Neshat's major trilogy, shown at the Serpentine Gallery in London. This issue also includes Jane Brettle's reworking of the highly fetishised sculptures of the 19th century Italian sculptor Antonio Canova in relation to contemporary portraits of real women; a series of still images from Another Place, the video projection by Matthew Dalziel + Louise Scullion; Jim Cooke's large-format colour landscape series Re-Placing Arcadia; Matthias Hoch's photographs from La Defense in paris; and the work of some of this year's graduates - Matt Laver, Asa Andersson (and from Glasgow School of Art) Graham Govan, Virginia Brunnert, Arne B. Langleite, Ben Geoghegan and Kat Borishkewich.


Jane Brettle, Restoration Works



Shirin Neshat Soliloquy
The Poetics of the Veil - Essay by Amna Malik

Jane Brettle Restoration Works
The Luminos Body - Essay by Satish Padiyar

Asa Andersson Photographs

Matt Laver Ordered

Dalziel + Scullion Another Place
Between the Plane and the Horizon
Essay by Gavin Morrison

Steve Hollingsworth gaijin j'dencha

Kat Borishkewich Singularity

Arne B. Langleite Paper Series

Graham Govan Shift

Petra Creffield Going Home

Virginia Brunnert Drawing with 3 Noodles

Matthias Hoch Photographs
Private Eye - Essay by Roy Exley

Patrick Shanahan Esperantis

Ben Geoghegan Glasgow Billboards

Tom Wichelow Whitehawk CCTV

Alfredo Jaar's Four Times Nguyen
Essay by Mark Durden


Protest and Survive Whitechapel Gallery, London
by Amanda Hopkinson

Roshini Kempadoo:Virtual Exiles
Impressions Gallery,York
by Matt Locke


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Jim Cooke, Flooded River
Central Spain, 1998








Kat Borishkewich, Singularity










Matthias Hoch,
Paris #32,1999