Art Monthly Issue 477
Art Monthly Issue 477
Art Monthly Issue 477
Art Monthly Issue 477

Art Monthly Issue 477

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Monthly, about art. 

"Gavin Jantjes interviewed by Virginia Whiles

The Colouring Book was already published and when I showed it at the Hamburg Art Academy German secret police tried to arrest me and extradite me on the orders of the South African secret police. I only managed to avoid it because of being active in the student protest movement.

Mark Prince argues that digitalisation adds another dimension to debates about the gap between intention and processes involved in the production of art

The amenability of digital images to modification does not appear to have fundamentally weakened our belief in their veracity, at least not yet; it has only made us seem more credulous of what was always an illusion, and is now only more likely to be one.

Andrew Key considers the continuing influence of the radical Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini with those of the Arte Povera movement and beyond

By turning to what he interpreted as an internal ‘third world’ in Italy, which highlighted the uneven development of that society, Pasolini sought to interrogate the anti-modern remnants of Italian culture, which refused integration in the country’s new vision of itself."