Fall 2007, Vol. 66, No. 3

In This Issue

Judith F. Rodenbeck, Contingency and Engagement, 5


Martha Gever, Like TV: On Barbara Kruger’s Twelve, 6

Kate Mondloch, Be Here (and There) Now: The Spatial Dynamics of Screen-Reliant Installation Art, 20

Forum: The Look of Law

Fall 2007

Simon Leung, The Look of Law, 34

Jeff Cain, Radio LAPD: 70 Years of Public Work, 46

Simon A. Cole, Jeff Cain’s Radio LAPD: Police as Content Providers in the Digital Age, 52

Trevor Paglen, Pictures from Nowhere: Three Moments, 56

Karen Beckman, Telescopes, Transparency, and Torture: Trevor Paglen and the Politics of Exposure, 62

Ashley Hunt, The Disappearing/Reappearing Prison, 68

Jared Sexton, Captivity, By Turns: A Comment on the Work of Ashley Hunt, 74

Silvia Kolbowski, After Hiroshima Mon Amour, 80

Bliss Cua Lim, Silvia Kolbowski’s A Film Will be Shown without the Sound, 85


Paul Duro, The Return to the Origin: Heidegger’s Journey to Greece, 88

Patrick Lakey, German Photographs (1724–2005); Heidegger, 102

Mick Wilson, Autonomy, Agonism, and Activist Art: An Interview with Grant Kester, 106


Robin Kelsey on James Elkins, ed., Photography Theory; Erika Naginski on Helen Molesworth, ed., Part Object Part Sculpture, and the exhibition Part Object Part Sculpture, Wexner Center for the Arts, 2005–6; Joseph Massad on Kamal Bullatah [Boullata], Istihdar al-Makan, Dirasah fi al-Fann al-Tashkili al-Filastini al-Mu‘asir (Conjuring Up Space: A Study of Contemporary Palestinian Art), Samia A. Halaby, Liberation Art of Palestine: Palestinian Painting and Sculpture in the Second Half of the 20th Century