Issue 107 – Winnipeg

August 2008 – Volume 27, Number 3

Volume 27, Number 3: Winnipeg

$9.95

  • BORDERNOTES

  • Dream City Shimmering Meeka Walsh
  • BORDERVIEWS

  • Piecing Together the Women of Winnipeg: Bonnie Marin
  • A Stitch in Time is Sublime: Takashi Iwasaki
  • Art Craiters: Roger Crait
  • Paper Wait: Paul Robles
  • BORDERCOLUMN

  • Art Deco: The Films of Deco Dawson Robert Enright
  • INTERVIEWS

  • Pressing a Weight Through Life: An Interview with Jon Pylypchuk Robert Enright
  • The Ages of Johnson: An Interview with Sarah Anne Johnson Robert Enright, Meeka Walsh
  • An Artist Walks into a Bar: An Interview with Theo Sims Robert Enright
  • Domesticating the Prairie: An Interview with Jennifer Stillwell Robert Enright
  • ARTICLES

  • The Glue Boy: Paul Butler and the Art of Collage Lee Henderson
  • If Fred Astaire Could Draw…The Elegant Artworks of Michael Dumontier Meeka Walsh
  • The Infinitude of Cool: Marcel Dzama’s Grave New World M.J. Thompson
  • Newing the Old: The Art of Tim Gardner and Karel Funk Cliff Eyland
  • Ordinary Life is Good Enough: Larry Glawson’s Home Bodies Sigrid Dahle
  • Soundings: Winnipeg’s Send + Receive at Ten Christopher Olson
  • ESSAY

  • Winnipeg: You’ve Come Undone or, You’ve Got to Get Down to Get Up Wayne Baerwaldt
  • ART PAGES

  • Paul Robles
  • CROSSOVERS

  • Janet Werner Clayton Bailey
  • Ryoko Suzuki Carla Harms
  • The Québec Triennial Stephen Horne
  • Jinny Yu James D. Campbell
  • “Bilocation” Lee Henderson
  • Simon Starling Terence Dick
  • Gary Pearson Liz Wylie
  • KRAZY! The Delirious World of Anime + Comic + Video + Games + Art Christopher Olson
  • “Pandora’s Box” David Garneau
  • Gregor Schneider Mark Clintberg
  • “Scissors, Paper Stone: Expressions of Memory in Contemporary Photographic Art” by Martha Langford Susan Close
  • Ron Moppett and Carol Wainio Anthea Black
  • Marc Séguin James D. Campbell
  • Natalija Subotincic Cliff Eyland
  • FILM SCRIPT

  • My (Other) Winnipeg: Excerpts from a Phantom Film Guy Maddin
  • PORTFOLIO

  • Noam Gonick, No Safe Words Adam Budak