A South African Journal by Laurel Reuter, Literature On The Hoof by Sue Thornton, Kurdish Video Art by Ann Zimmerman, Puerto Rican Performance Festival by Susan Homar, New Public Art in Chicago by Carole Tormollan, plus profiles, news departments and more.

On the cover: Cattle, Poetry, Controversy

Table of Contents


Horizons: A South African Journal
Artist Georgie Papageorge melds painting and activism in a squatter camp, by Laurel Rueter

Literature on the Hoof
A tale of cattle and poetry that enraged conservativesby Sue Thornton

Fine Art, Farm Art and Funding
by Steven Durland

Art in Wartime
Video as a revolutionary tool in Iraqi Kurdistan, by Ann Zimmerman

Rompeforma, Or What Forms Were Broken This Year
The Puerto Rican festival that celebrates native experimental performance, by Susan Homar

West Coast Women
Performance texts from Joan Hotchkis, 4 Big Girls, Rachel Kaplan and Women Who Kill Too Much

Culture in Action
New Public Art in Chicago, by Carole Tormollan

A first-person account of one artist’s experience in Sculpture Chicago’s public art project, by Laurie Palmer


Pearl Ubungen
In The Alley, by Katia Noyes

Kaja Overstreet
Human Hands, by Lauren Bufferd

Carmen, a.k.a. Marcus Kuiland-Nazario
The Stage Is Politics, by Ruben Martinez

Michael Warr
Beyond Full-time, by Achy Obejas


A Part of a Picture
by Treasure Smith

Art and Society Must Empower Diversity in All Its Manifestations
by John R. Killacky

An American Icon
by Joseph Wilson

Michael Callen: 1955-1993
by Douglas Sadownick


Middle Eastern Films in the Los Angeles Festival
by Norman M. Klein


When the Rainforest Meets the CD
by Jamie Allen


Sacred Lips of the Bronx
by Douglas Sadownick


Notes from the editor
editorial by Steven Durland

Running commentary
essay by Linda Frye Burnham

Review of new books, audio, video

Hot Shorts
News and announcements

The Tacit Observer
a satirical newspaper by Steven Durland

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