Critical Interventions is the third in a series of publications produced by Artspace responding to the Biennale of Sydney. It was initiated in 1998 by Nicholas Tsoutas to address the lack of critical discourse surrounding contemporary art in Australia. A range of critics, curators and theorists are invited to interrogate and engage with the curatorial paradigm informing the exhibition, as well as with the practices of the contributing artists, thinkers and performers.

Two of the lectures given as part of the 2002 Biennale public programs, by Maria Lind and Isabel Carlos, are included in this volume.
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Onsite

Location code REF.AVAC
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2002

ISBN / ISSN

1876017961

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Hello

- Rex BUTLER

Non-style and self-referentiality

- Isabel CARLOS

Russian Dolls

- Blair FRENCH

Big Brother and the discourse of the amateur

- Alex GAWRONSKI

New order, old paradigms and dangerous spirits

- Charles GREEN

Exchange and transformation

- Maria LIND

A fantastic real: Contemporary photography and theoretical ideas

- Anne MARSH

Storytelling

- Jacqueline MILLNER

A Surrealist party tape

- Daniel PALMER

Critical Interventions: (The World May Be) Fantastic: Biennale of Sydney 2002
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Critical Interventions: (The World May Be) Fantastic: Biennale of Sydney 2002