This issue is rich in reviews of exhibitions featuring Asian artists. These include solo exhibitions of Yoko Kajio, Liu Xiaoxian and Matthew Ngui at the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia; and group exhibitions Self: Contemporary Indian Video Art at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane, Compound Eyes: Contemporary Video Art from China at Ivan Doughety Gallery in Sydney, [The World May Be] Fantastic which was organised as a programme of the 2002 Biennale of Sydney, and the Fourth Asia-Pacific Triennale.
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2002

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Chapter headings
APT 4: detouring from culture's international superhighway
Authenticity, Reflexivity & Spectacle; or, the rise of New Asia is not the end...

- LEE Wengchoy, 李永財

Yoko Kajio: Studio Felix

- Jim MOSS

Grasshopper Worlds... or, Grasshopper lies heavy? (on [The World May Be] Fantastic)

- Chris CHAPMAN

Would you believe...? (on [The World May Be] Fantastic)

- Jacqueline MILLNER

My face or yours? (on Liu Xiaoxian's exhibition)
Strange apparitions, altered sites and disturbing states (on exhibition of Matthew Ngui)

- Pamela ZEPLIN

Tranself (on Self: Contemporary Indian Video Art)

- Mark GOMES

Things Change, time flies (on Compound Eyes: Contemporary Video Art from China)

- Thomas J. BERGHUIS

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Broadsheet: Contemporary Visual Arts+Culture (Vol. 31, No. 3; Sep/Oct/Nov 2002)