n.paradoxa Volume 29: ‘Trans-Asia’
n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal Volume 29 Trans-Asia (Jan 2012)
n.paradoxa’s fifteenth year of publication begins with Volume 29 of n.paradoxa, ‘Trans-Asia’.
n.paradoxa specialises in critical and scholarly articles and interviews on contemporary women artists and feminism from around the world.
Volume 29 takes a look at contemporary women artists working in different parts of Asia
as well as women who are part of a larger Asian diaspora in relation to ideas of feminism.
The volume, as a whole, focuses on India, Korea, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, Philippines and Taiwan.
Four artists’ projects, 3 in full colour, are also published which critically explore histories, memories and legacies of moments in contemporary Asian identities.
Ann Huber-Sigwart ‘Between the Lines: Some thoughts on Sheela Gowda’s works’
Kim Hong-hee ‘Contemporary Korean Activist and Feminist Art’
Peggy Wang ‘Subversion, Culture Shock, and ‘Women’s Art’: An Interview with Lin Tianmiao’
Saisha Grayson ‘Breathing Between the Lines: Re-Deconstruction in Chitra Ganesh’s Tales of Amnesia’
Patricia Karetzky ‘Cui Xiuwen’s Recent Work: Spiritual Realms in the Material World ‘
Carla Bianpoen ‘Indonesian Women Artists make their Mark’
Flaudette May Datuin ‘Sow and Till: The Revolving Secret Garden (Reflections on a Class Project)’
Shibin Zhang ‘Xiaoyan Fan: Strength / Weakness’
Salima Hashmi ‘ “Sinful Women”: Women Artists from Pakistan’
Artists’ Pages from:
Nalini Malani ‘In Search of Vanished Blood…’
Hong-Kai Wang ‘Music While We Work’
Yong Soon Min ‘OVERSEAS / at Sea’
Judy Freya Sibayan ‘Scapular Gallery Nomad: The Wonderful World of a Small Art Gallery Resting on my Shoulders
This volume is financially supported by the Flo Art Foundation
Volume 30 (July 2012) ‘Feminist aesthetics’
Volume 31 (Jan 2013) ‘Africa and its Diasporas’
Volumes 30–33 are financially supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York.
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n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal (ISSN: 1461-0434) 96 pages: 16 in colour
Editor: Katy Deepwell
International Editorial Board: Renee Baert, Joanna Frueh, Hiroko Hagiwara, Janis Jefferies, Hilary Robinson, Bisi Silva.
Publisher: KT press, London