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Isn't art a journey? The incredible photographs of David Parker show that art can take us to another world, one described in myth and poetry. Parker talks about his mystical landscapes and why he refuses to divulge their locations. Artist and psychotherapist Rue Harrison talks about how Indigo Animal appeared from beyond the known territory and became an ongoing narrative cartoon (appearing in each issue of w & c). Katina Huston reports on smart art, "Observations on Art in Academia," and Mark Bulwinkle leads us to the work of Oakland outsider artist, John Abduljaami.

 

Issue# 10               May 2005

Odyssey

Table of Contents

from the editor

A Conversation with David Parker
The Phenomenal World

A Visit with John Abduljaami
Richard Whittaker with Mark Bulwinkle

A Conversation with Rue Harrison
Beyond the Known Territory

Winter of 1995
Hadi Tabatabai, In Memory of Agnes Martin

Smart Arts:
Observations of Art in Academia Katina Huston

Art With Elders
Brent Nettle and Eldergivers Richard Whittaker

Tucker Nichols
Lost Data

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

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