Los Angeles Launch & Panel Discussion
Mandrake Bar, Los Angeles
Thursday, June 28, 7pm
Projectile Publishing and Emily Carr Institute are pleased to announce the official release of Fillip 6
Fillip 6: What is to be Learned?
Fillip 6: What is to be Learned? departs from the magazine?s traditional focus on art exhibition and event reviews, instead turning to a series of essays and fictional works that address education ? one of three core leitmotifs proposed by the curators of Documenta 12. Not an official participant in Documenta, the issue operates as a ?parasitic? project that parallels Documenta?s official magazine component. Issue 6 examines the outer limits and fringe experiences of learning beyond institutionalized academic structures through various projects including DIY learning collectives, grassroots arts criticism, and the recent surge in art works and exhibitions taking the form of schools, among other subjects.
In conjunction with the launch of Afterall magazine no.15, Fillip will co-launch issue no.6 at the Mandrake Bar in Los Angeles on June 28. To kick off the event, a panel discussion including Tom Lawson, Jordan Strom, Kristina Lee Podesva, and Andrew Barardini will consider current and historical moments in art magazine publishing in two west coast cities ? Los Angeles and Vancouver.
Texts included in Issue 6
Kristina Lee Podesva (Vancouver): A Pedagogical Turn: Brief Notes on Education as Art
Tom Morton (London) : Revised Teaching Notes, with Apologies to Paul Thek
Hadley+Maxwell (Berlin) : (Find us at the kitchen door) at unitednationsplaza
Matthew Stadler (Portland) : Don?t Take Any Jobs
Maria Fusco (London) : The Penalty for Perfidity & There is Little Respect
Griselda Pollock (Leeds) : Launch of Museums After Modernism: Strategies of Engagement
Makiko Hara (Vancouver) : Rethinking a History of Tokyo Artspeak
Brian Sholis (New York) : Reinvesting Criticism
Mark Wallace (San Diego) : Notes from the Centre on Public Policy
Matthew Schum with Vasif Kortun Fillip with Mountain School of Arts Fillip with François Perrin
Artist Insert Projects
Savage School Window Gallery Sculpture No.1
Instant Coffee (Toronto/Vancouver) : Instant Copys, 2007
Micah Lexier (New York) : The Sentence is the Page Number The Fillip Review 613 ? 207 West Hastings St Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1H7 Canada Tel 604.734.0608 Cel 604.833.6028 www.fillip.ca email@example.com
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