X-TRA
Volume 17, number 2
Winter 2014

X-TRA, Los Angeles / USA

December 8, 2014

X-TRA
Volume 17, number 2
Winter 2014

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The winter issue of X-TRA is here with contributions from Jon Leaver, Travis Diehl, João Enxuto and Erica Love, Christina Ondrus, Sheryl Conkelton, Neha Choksi, and Jacqueline Bell.

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Table of contents

Jon Leaver
Fútbol and Modernist Aesthetics

Travis Diehl
RES / LES / LEDs

João Enxuto and Erica Love
Genetic Drift: Artsy and the Future of Art

Christina Ondrus
All-Encompassing: An Overarching View of the Universe and the Cosmic Position of the Human Being

Sheryl Conkelton
Review: Robert Heinecken: Object Matter
Museum of Modern Art, New York

Neha Choksi
Review: Made in L.A. 2014
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

Jacqueline Bell
Review: Contestations: Learning from Critical Experiments in Education
Tim Ivison and Tom Vandeputte, editors
Bedford Press, 2013

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X-TRA's winter 2014 issue