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91 (Mar/Apr/May 2001) Features on the work of Ursula Biemann (by Yvonne Volkart), Kirstine Roepstorff and Judith Ström (by Rebecca Kimbrell Engmann). Alice Gilbertson on Christine Borland and Christina Valentine on LA-based students, plus Claire Bishop interviewing Pipilotti Rist. Reviews look at shows of Elisabeth Ballet (Elisabeth Lebovici), Adrian Piper (Kathy Battista), Victoria Morton (Polly Staple), The Department (Sarah Lowndes), Before Now...and After (Corinna Lotz), Rut Blees Luxemburg (Kathy Kubicki), Dominique Gonzalez Foerster (Jenny Crowe) and Sub Rosa (Sanne Kofod Olsen). Book reviews focus on Jayne Parker and Catherine Elwes. Destabilising Gender with Sabine Russ on Ellen Cantor. Up close and personal with Dorothy Cross and Vox Pop asks the question: Where do you want to be tomorrow? Cover design by Pae White and Artists Pages by The Icelandic Love Corporation.

 

90 (Dec/Jan/Feb 00/2001) Gertrud Sandqvist on the work of Marijke van Warmerdam, Kirsty Allison and Tahani Nadim examine the musical legacy of the riot grrls, Claire Bishop interviews Barbara Kruger, Caroline Wooley reflects on Jacqueline Donachie. Also featured:Tatiana Trouvé, Salla Tykkä. Writers include Rike Frank on Videos, Caroline Woodley in Glasgow, Sadie Murdoch, Sanne Kofod on Women in Bars. Elisabet Apelmo, Jaki Irvine and Jane Prophet as well as Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt reviewing Manifesta 3 and Annika Hansson on Rivane Neuenschwader. Book reviews include Mary Woronov and Laurie Anderson. Destabilising Gender with Jemima Stehli. Up close and personal with Cosey Fanni Tutti and Vox Pop asks the question: Which film influenced you most in the last millenium and why? Cover design by Pae White and Artists Pages by Gitte Villesen.