Colloquy, issue 22 (2011)

Published on (GMT) by Aisling Smith
GENERAL ARTICLES Fearful Symmetry: Technophilia and the Science Fiction Cyborg in J. G. Ballard’s and David Cronenberg’s Crash By Sean McQueen COLLABORATIONS IN MODERN AND POSTMODERN VISUAL ART Introduction: Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing: Collaboration as Biography By Janine Burke Collaborations in Modern and Postmodern Visual Art: An Overview By Lynda Chapple Retrospective By Lyndell Brown and Charles Green Two Homes By Kate Daw and Stewart Russell “There must be a salon of realists…”: Action and Collaboration in Edgar Degas’ Avant-gardism By Roberta Crisci-Richardson Monet’s “Angel”: The Artistic Partnership of Claude Monet and Blanche Hoschedé-Monet By Janine Burke Picasso and Stravinsky: Notes on the Road from Friendship to Collaboration By Carina Nandlal The Spirit of Collaboration: Gino Severini, Jacques Maritain, Anton Luigi Gajoni and the Roman Mosaicists By Justine Grace From Tenth Street to Studio 54: On the Social Life of Creatives By Eduardo de la Fuente Combination, Collaboration and Creation: The Case of Jasper Johns By Peter Murphy Human and Non-Human Telepathic Collaborations from Fluxus to Now By Jacquelene Drinkall A Collaborative Effort: How Collaboration and Collectivism in Australia in the Seventies Helped Transform Art into the Contemporary Era By Susan Rothnie Performance Art Collaborations (with Notes on Video, Installation and Conceptual Art) By Anne Marsh The Emergence of Black Art in Britain By Leslie Morgan Artistic Tension By Adrian Martin Working (with) the Dead: Agency and its Absence in the Use of the Found Image By Andrew Dearman Meridians: Engagement and Collaboration in Physical and Virtual Public Space By Clare Leporati Collaborative Viewpoints: The Writing of Impossible Descriptions By Ann Schilo and Anna Sabadini TRANSLATION Three Spanish Golden Age Sonnets By Jorge Salavert
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