Spring 2004, Vol. 63, No. 1

In This Issue

Patricia C. Phillips, Aesthetic Practices, 3


Janine Mileaf, Between You and Me: Man Ray’s “Object to be Destroyed”, 4

Jordana Mendelson, Joan Miró’s “Drawing-Collage,” August 8, 1933: The “Intellectual Obscenities” of Postcards, 24


Spring 2004

Nato Thompson, Strategic Visuality: A Project by Four Artists/Researchers, 30

Trevor Paglen, Recording California’s Carceral Landscapes, 41

The Speculative Archive, Addendum: as though there is nothing else on the drawing board, 46

J. Morgan Puett with Jorge Colombo, The Grafter’s Shack, 50

Center for Tactical Magic, Are We in the Dark Ages?, 58


Joseph Nechvatal, Origins of Virtualism: An Interview with Frank Popper, 62

Ana Finel Honigman, What the Structure Defines: An Interview with Kutlug Ataman, 78


Joanna Frueh on ,em>Singular Women: Writing the Artist, ed. Kristen Frederickson and Sarah E. Webb, and Marsha Meskimmon, Women Making Art: History, Subjectivity, Aesthetics; Michael Darling on Ross K. Elfline, Roy McMakin: A Door Meant as Adornment, and Constantin Boym, Curious Boym: Design Works; Marie Clifford on Marcia Brennan, Painting Gender, Constructing Theory: The Alfred Stieglitz Circle and American Formalist Aesthetics; Christopher Tradowsky on Douglas Crimp, Melancholia and Moralism: Essays on AIDS and Queer Politics; Hearne Pardee on Geoffrey Dorfman, Out of the Picture: Milton Resnick and the New York School