This Critical Reader is a core component of Artspace's commitment to developing critical and social contexts for contemporary art. It is the fifth in a series of such publications first initiated by former Artspace Executive Director Nicholas Tsoutas in response to the 1998 Biennale of Sydney. Australian and overseas critics, curators, academics and artists have contributed hastily written, fluidly discursive responses to the biennale, submitted within a week of the opening.
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English

Publication/Creation date

2006

No of pages

87

ISBN / ISSN

1920781293

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Introduction

- Reuben KEEHAN, Natasha BULLOCK

The Atrocity Exhibition

- Anthony GARDNER

Making Contact

- Emma BUGDEN

The Contact Zone: Thoughts on the 2006 Biennale of Sydney

- Jacqueline MILLNER

After Theory — and into the 'Zones of Contact'?

- C.J. Wan-ling WEE

Vanishing Points: Some Photographic Moments from the Sydney Biennale

- Tanya PETERSON

Media Art Zones — but Where's the Media?

- Anna MUNSTER

Home Truths

- Zara STANHOPE

Grasping the Thistle

- Lisa KELLY

Contact and Contamination: Fleeting Encounters in the City of Dreams

- Reuben KEEHAN

Zones of Contact — 2006 Biennale of Sydney: A Critical Reader
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Zones of Contact — 2006 Biennale of Sydney: A Critical Reader

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