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#30 brings some reflection on what began 25 years ago. Along the way, there have been many special moments. This issue is a milestone, but it's come together as all the others have. Our "borderlands" theme came out of our conversation with Chris Eckert whose work challenges us with questions from the borderlands between art, technology, religion and science. The work of Vaea Marx occupies a borderland in art history. There's much more. Editor's Introduction

 

Issue# 30               May 2015

Borderlands

Table of Contents

Borderlands
A Conversation with Chris Eckert

Portfolio: German Herrera

Koan
A Conversation with Vaea Marx

On Seeing
Paul Vam Slambrouck

Stretching Identity
A Conversation with Gabriel Meyer

Outshine the Sun
Gail Needleman

In Memory of Richard Berger

Letters

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

 
 
 
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