Issue 69 – The Built World

January 1999 – Volume 18, Number 1

Volume 18, Number 1: The Built World

$9.95

  • BORDERNOTES

  • Consider the Turtle Meeka Walsh
  • BORDERVIEWS

  • Esther Scissor-Hands: Esther Warkov
  • That Awful, Beautiful Terror: John Paskievich
  • The Puck Stops Here
  • Sounding the Depths of the See: Mary Lucier
  • The Gunfight at the Kiddie Corral: René Price
  • BORDERCOLUMN

  • Chaising the Radical Middle Eduard Epp
  • A Sense of an Ending Robert Enright
  • INTERVIEWS

  • A Model Artist, Observations on Art and Play from Kim Adams Robert Enright
  • The Mies Generation, Conversations with Philip Johnson, Harry Seidler, Phyllis Lambert, Ron Keenberg Robert Enright
  • ARTICLES

  • Poetic Assembling, The Architecture of A.J. Donahue Neil Minuk
  • Site on Paradise, Rob Kovitz’s Gimli House Meeka Walsh
  • POETRY

  • Four Poems by David Groulx David Groulx
  • CROSSOVERS

  • Painting, the Fame Game David Garneau
  • Auduboning with Nature Patrick Lane
  • The Artful Lodger Robert McGee
  • Whose Margin is This Anyway? Sky Glabush
  • Salt On His Tail Gary Genosko
  • Vacant Terrain Christopher Brayshaw
  • Self Disruptions Betsy Warland
  • Suspended Memory; Suspended Breath Sylvia Legris
  • Building Blocks of Memory Gary Genosko
  • Steel Hide Away Russell Bingham
  • Moving for the Jugular Michael Crabb
  • Jarrymandering Greg Beatty
  • I Dream of Joey Wayne Tefs
  • The Confident Eye Terrence Heath
  • A Kiss and a Wink Birk Sproxton
  • PORTFOLIO

  • The Ideal City Architecture of the Past, Archaeology of the Future Lorne Beug
  • The Station Point Anne Michaels