Tinted Window, Issue 2
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Tinted Window is a compendious journal that focuses on one person, place or object. Each Issue relishes in the details of its subject, in a moment where detail is very often sold short in favour of opinion and newsbites.
Thematically, our scope is wide, but Tinted Window’s defining feature is its commitment to exploding its subject; to seeing it from multiple angles. To these ends, we want to go further than most publishers to bring together new responses from leading writers, and to source new translations into the English language.
In this issue:
Tinted Window continues its focus on a single subject with issue No.2: Verbivocovisual. This issue is dedicated to ‘Materializzazione del Linguaggio’, a 1978 Venice Biennale exhibition curated by Mirella Bentivoglio. The exhibition comprised of work by over eighty women artists working in a huge range of media, but united in their interrogation of text, voice and language.
In No.2, we bring much of this work back to the fore where many artists have slipped into the footnotes of an exciting period in art history. But much beyond our focus on this iconic exhibition, the issue features new essays and art projects by some of the best artists working with text, voice and poetry today.
No.2 features new commissions, translations and reprints from: Holly Antrum, Jeremy Atherton Lin, Mirella Bentivoglio, Angela Bianchini, Daniela Cascella, Anne Carson, Paula Claire, Paul Clinton, William Cobbing, Constance DeJong, Karen Di Franco, Sholto Dobie, Gustavo Grandal Montero, Katalin Ladik, Daisy Lafarge, Rosanna Mclaughlin, Silvia Mejía, Hannah Regal, Giovanna Sandri and Sue Tompkins.
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