Summer 2003, Vol. 62, No. 2

In This Issue

Patricia C. Phillips, At Last We Can No Longer Predict the Futuer 3

Features, Interviews, Conversations

Summer 2003

Antony Hudek, Excavating the Body Politic: An Interview with Conrad Atkinson, 4

Nicholas Mirzoeff, Newpapers, with a portfolio of artists’ works compiled by Emily Watson, 22

Jenni Sorkin, Envisioning High Performance, 36

Francesca Woodman Reconsidered: A Conversation with George Baker, Ann Daly, Nancy Davenport, Laura Larson, and Margaret Sundell, 52

Dan S. Wang, Practice in Critical Times: A Conversation with Gregory Sholette, Stephanie Smith,Temporary Services, and Jacqueline Terrassa, with i am NOT my office, an artist project by Gregory Sholette , 68

Artists Project

Kojo Griffin: Home and Insecurities, 88


T. J. Demos on Miwon Kwon, One Place after Another: Site-Specific Art and Locational Identity; Eunice Lipton on Dora Apel, Memory Effects:The Holocaust and the Art of Secondary Witnessing; Julia Bryan-Wilson on Richard Meyer, Outlaw Representation: Censorship and Homosexuality in Twentieth-Century American Art; Philip Armstrong on Scott Rothkopf (with an essay by Elisabeth Sussman), Mel Bochner Photographs, 1966–1969