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Issue 1 – June 1979
  • Cod Piece; Kipper Kids by Steve Thorne (Review)
  • Then Add People; People Show by Bryony Lavery (Review)
  • Obtuse Engels; Foco Novo by Pete Shelton (Review)
  • Ken Campbell by Rob La Frenais (Interview)
  • Comedy Store by Steve Thorne (Report)
  • Welfare State by Bon Voyeur (Report)
  • Heartache and Sorrow by Julie Parker (Interview)
  • Phantom Captain by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Fearless Frank by (Review)
  • Demolition Decorators by Paul Todd (Report)
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Issue 2 – Aug/Sept 1979
  • Noughts and Crosses: The History of Western Civilisation by Angela Carter (Report)
  • Who are Les Oeufs Malades? An egg speaks by Bryony Lavery (Report)
  • Interview: Julian Beck by Rob La Frenais (Interview)
  • Bleak Arabian Gothic Nights: A profile of Shared Experience by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • The Great Outdoors: Outdoor performance by Dirk Larsen (Article)
  • We're Not Fooling: the Demolition decorators by Stephen Ballantyne (Article)
  • The Future of the Past: a performance by Action Space at Parliament Hill Fields by Bryony Lavery (Article)
  • Subsidy in the UK: The Naked Form of Control Revealed by Jeff Nuttall (Article)
  • Posers Paradise: The Mod Phenomenon by Rob La Frenais (Article)
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Issue 3 – Oct/Nov 1979
  • Hummer Sisters by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Sex War in Elsinore: Hormonal Imbalance by Marguerite McLaughlin (Article)
  • Mens Beano: a play by Nigel Baldwin by Steve Thorne (Article)
  • Festival Reports: Festival of Fools by Paddy Fletcher (Report)
  • Edinburgh Fringe by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Croydon Warehouse: Waiting for Lefty by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Sadista Sisters by Bruce Bayley (Article)
  • Happenings, Cults, and Everyday Life by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Performance From Poland by Angela Carter (Article)
  • Essex-Xingu: a new musical work by Victor Hoyland (Article)
  • Interview with Genesis P.Orridge by Rob La Frenais (Article)
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Issue 4 – Dec/Jan 1980
  • ER, Forward into the Eighties! by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Four Survivors of the Seventies by Mary Turner (Article)
  • Performance Notes by (Article)
  • Academia Ruchu by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • Flaming Bodies by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Kaboodle by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Gay Sweatshop by Julie Parker (Article)
  • Ionescopade by Neil Hornick (Article)
  • The Empire Builders by Steve Thorne (Article)
  • Mary Longford Interview by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Mayakovsky by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • One In Ten by Bruce Bayley (Article)
  • Welfare State by John Fox (Article)
  • Feminist Improvisation Group by Simon Thorne (Article)
  • The Masterwork by Simon Thorne (Article)
  • Profile - Lottie And Ada by Marguerite McLaughlin (Profile)
  • Art - An Essential Cog in a Barbarous Machine by David E Thompson (Article)
  • Futureperform by (Article)
  • Hinchliffe by Hinchcliffe (Article)
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Issue 5 – April 1980
  • Performance Notes: Nuclear Power-unreprocessing performance, Showbiz Kids, Pub Theatre Upsurge, Merrie Prankes - we were not fooled by Rob La Frenais, Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Technology: General Idea's Test Tube, Telex Art by (Article)
  • Intrigue at the Hotel Relaxey: Sylvia Ziranek, Kitsch Artist and Social Butterfly by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • Angels Descend Like Agatha: A criticism of Noel Grieg's play, 'Angels Descend on Paris', depicting sexual politics in wartime occupied Paris by Bruce Bayley (Article)
  • Cardiff: New performance centre of Europe - a profile of Chapter Arts Centre and its four resident companies by Simon Kelly (Article)
  • Interview with Charlie Drake by Neil Hornick (Interview)
  • Echoes from the North: a performance by Sonia Knox, based on her childhood in Northern Ireland by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: Latest show by Monstrous Regiments, based on Anita Loo's novel - review by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Between: a performance by Stuart Brisley by John Roberts (Article)
  • Vivian Lyles Vertical Corage: poem by Bruce Bayley (Article)
  • John Dowie: You Could be Prime Minister or something in a curry - on the disadvantages of being dead by Rob La Frenais (Article)
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Issue 6 May/June 1980
  • The Politics of Drag by Marguerite McLaughlin (Article)
  • They'll Squirm a Bit: Alex Harding and Alan Pope on their new gay cabaret 'Point Blank' by (Article)
  • Performance in the Midlands by John Roberts, Charles Hustwick, Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • After the Fire: Rob La Frenais reports on Steve Cripps, the autodestructivist who became a civil servant by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Naked Art: Profile on a new group from Sheffield by Simon Thorne (Article)
  • Wot No Pyjamas: Neil Hornick and Fiona Richmond by Neil Hornick, Fiona Richmond (Interview)
  • Last Benefit at the Albany by John Roberts (Review)
  • Grand Magic Circus in Paris by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Foco Novo at the ICA by Neil Hornick (Review)
  • The Eighties: a Retrospective by (Review)
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Issue 7 July/Aug 1980
  • John Cage and Merce Cunningham in London by John Roberts (Interview)
  • Some Empty Words With: Interview by Silvy Panet Raymond (Article)
  • Cunningham - 'I had no idea where the floor was' Cage - 'Oh yes, that was fun' Cunningham - 'Fun? It was hell!' by Silvy Panet Raymond (Article)
  • Circus Lumiere by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • The Opening of the Pizza: Street Performance in Covent Garden and Paris by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Women's Images in Performance by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Tadeusz Kantor's Wielopole, Wielopole by Cricot 2 by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • The Cloning of an Eccentric: Forkbeard Fantasy by (Article)
  • Controlled Attack by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Youthanasia by Bruce Bayley (Review)
  • Prejudice by Bruce Bayley (Review)
  • Rough Magic by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Colourspace by Charles Hustwick (Review)
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Issue 8 Oct/Nov 1980
  • File Under Performance by (Article)
  • Women's Performance 1: About Time by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Women's Performance 2: I Giselle by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Tom Saddington: Cigarette Package Performance. A documentation by Helen Craven from the Arnolfini by Helen Craven (Documentation)
  • Performance Books: Stefan Brecht on Robert Wilson by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Venues: Hoxton Hall by Bruce Bayley (Article)
  • From Reactors To Roulette:Interview with Pip Simmons by Gillian Clark (Article)
  • Performance Books 2: Dreams and Deconstructons by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • Moby Dick by Charles Hustwick (Review)
  • Acme Acting: Anywhere by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Abracadabra Honeymoon by Pete Shelton (Review)
  • Alex Marvo by Charles Hustwick (Review)
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Issue 9 Dec/Jan 1981
  • The Entertainment Issue by (Article)
  • Showbiz Fundamentalism: The Talk of the Town by Neil Hornick (Article)
  • Inside the Generation Game by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • The Peasants are Revolting: Audience Participation at The Beefeater by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • Silicone Gremlins: Palladium Cellars by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Bingo Crazy: Finsbury Park Top Rank by John Roberts (Article)
  • C'est Torture: The London Dungeon by Tom Castle (Article)
  • Heaven: Disco as Environment by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Ivor Cutler's Private Habits: Interview by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Moving Being/Body Politic by Andrea Hill (Review)
  • Combination/Benefits by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Pure Monkeys/Death By Kissing by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Munich Mannequins/Death and Co, Half Moon by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Leeny Sack The Survivor and the Translator by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Carlyle Reedy Booby Baker Sonia Knox: About Time by Charles Hustwick (Article)
  • Gegen/Passion by Paul K Lyons (Article)
  • The Alternative Miss World by John Roberts (Article)
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Issue 10 Mar/Apr 1981
  • Natural Disaters: Assorted Mishaps, and Other Occurences by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • The Dangerous Water Which Lies Between: Cameron and Miller interview by Lynn MacRitchie (Interview)
  • Chris Burden by Hugh Stoddart (Article)
  • Video At Air: Two Views by Mike Archer, Hugh Stoddart (Article)
  • A Sense of Belgium by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Incubus/Old Testament Floorshow by Andrea Hill (Review)
  • Lucky Strike/Hrant Arainek by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Jez Welsh/Image Action by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Matchbox Purveyors/Stationary by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Three Women/High Heels by Paul Lyons (Review)
  • Vaughan and Carmines by Liz Stolls (Review)
  • Crystal Theatre by Luke Dixon (Review)
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Issue 11 May/June 1981
  • Performing Fields and Orange Sheep: Lizzie Cox - 'Somerset' by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Stuart Brisley Why The Legend? by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • European Theatre of War by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • The Deceptual Art of Brion Gysin: Interview by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Artworks by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • The 'Small Dance': Riverside Dance by Liz Stolls (Article)
  • Coming Up by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Music and Dance LMC by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • Bloodgroup by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Flying Karamazov Brothers by Paul Lyons (Article)
  • Medea by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Chance, History, Art by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
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Issue 12 July/Aug 1981
  • Critics and Doormats: Writing about Performance by Andrea Hill (Article)
  • Cabaret Futura Moves On by Luke Dixon, Paul K Lyons (Article)
  • State Performance: Royal Weddings and British events: by John Roberts (Article)
  • Fairytales by John Roberts (Article)
  • The State Performs by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • The Wedding of the Year by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Performed Music by Paul Burwell (Article)
  • Richard Layzell by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Show Trial: Some impressions of the Artists Enquiry into the Arts Council by Pete Shelton, Paul K. Lyons, John Dowie, Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Artist's Documentation: 'Making Up Glasgow' - a performance by Catherine Elwes by Catherine Elwes (Documentation)
  • Sedition 81 by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Station House Opera by John Roberts (Review)
  • Patti Bee, Laura Gilbert by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Andre Stitt by Roger Ely (Review)
  • Cunning Stunts by Liz Stolls (Review)
  • Winston Tong and Bruce Geduludig by Martin Lamb (Review)
  • Steve Cripps by Roger Ely (Review)
  • Tina Keane by Rob La Frenais (Review)
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Issue 13 Sept/Oct 1981
  • Opinion: Womanless Ceremony? by Jacky Lansley (Opinion)
  • Opinion: A Selfish Art? by Roger Ely (Opinion)
  • Gay Culture and Performance by Bruce Bayley (Article)
  • Documentation: Synoptic Realists by (Documentation)
  • Mitzi Wildebeeste: Can South Africa really be funny? by Diana Simmonds (Article)
  • Theatre of the Eighth Day/Provisorium: Decoding the Polish message by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Gilbert and George: The Living Sculptures Look at Life by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Towards the Celestial City: A transposition of John Bunyan's 'The Pilgrim's Progress' for Birmingham Arts Lab by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Roland Muldoon: Interview by Luke Dixon (Interview)
  • Music in Performance/Reviews, inc by Rose Garrad (Article)
  • Martin Ives by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Marty St James by Emrys Morgan (Article)
  • Sardonic Fish Corporation/TV! Scream by Roger Ely (Article)
  • Natasha Morgan by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • The Mad Show by Neil Hornick (Article)
  • Almeida Festival by Liz Stolls (Article)
  • Raving Beauties by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Decadence by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • National Theatre of Brent by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • A Pair in Shorts by Rob La Frenais (Article)
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Issue 14 Nov/Dec 1981
  • Any/Now by Carlyle Reedy (Opinion)
  • Performance Art Platform by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Acme 1976-81 by Jonathan Harvey (Article)
  • State Performance by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • But Is It Dance?: Miranda Tufnell by Gillian Clark (Article)
  • Jonathan Borofsky by John Roberts (Article)
  • Laurie Anderson by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Action 81: Festival of Improvised Music at the ICA by Paul Burwell, David Illic (Article)
  • Pigs and Pyrotechnics: Action Space Mobile at Biddock Farm by (Documentation)
  • Hrant Alianek by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Letter From Japan: Japanese theatre by John Ashford (Article)
  • New Anatomies by Diana Simmonds (Review)
  • Sue MacLennan by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Alistair MacLennan by Dick Grayson (Review)
  • Touching Class by Christine Lindey (Review)
  • Spiral by Gillian Clark (Review)
  • Rabbit in a Trap by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Centre Ocean Stream by Lynn MacRitchie (Review)
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Issue 15 Jan/Fev 1982
  • Opinion: The Art of Social Change by Pete Shelton (Opinion)
  • Dance Umbrella by Liz Stolls (Article)
  • Making the World Vertical by (Feature)
  • Circles: New performances and a day workshop by (Article)
  • Magic and Performance by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Interview: Yoshi Oida by Luke Dixon (Interview)
  • The Art of Making Visible: Lovemaking in public by (Article)
  • Crystal Theatre, New End by Neil Hornick (Review)
  • Mother's Arms by Diana Simmonds (Review)
  • Dog beneath the Skin by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Impact Theatre by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Incubus by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Pack of Women by Diana Simmonds (Review)
  • Rational Theatre by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Cirrus Theatre Co by Caroline Mylon (Review)
  • IOU by Gillian Clark (Review)
  • Rosemary Butcher by Gillian Clark (Review)
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Issue 16 Mar/Apr 1982
  • Video Libraries by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Disband Come To Britain by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Mutually Hostile Species: Lumiere and Son by Donald McLeod (Review)
  • Sur le Plancher' - or Up in the Air?: The aesthetics of style by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Interview: Andre Stitt by Lynn MacRitchie (Interview)
  • Forkbeard Fantasy: The Library Show by Tim Britton (Documentation)
  • Night Out: True Romance - Sex and Death at Covent Garden by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • International: Catching Them in the Act: a report on recent performance work in Canada by Mark Czarnecki (Article)
  • Curator Prejudice Attacked by Suzanne Lacey (Article)
  • London Opera Factory by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • The World of Gilbert and George by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Accident by Fay Prendergast (Review)
  • Penguin Ponk by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Jattol by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Mantis by Gillian Clark (Review)
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Issue 17 May/June 1982
  • Irish Performance by Nick Stewart (Article)
  • Opinion: Women Live by Diana Simmonds (Opinion)
  • Four Artists: Irish performance at the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow by Peter Hill (Article)
  • Red Artists Threat?: Community Art by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • London's Dance Crisis by Liz Stolls (Article)
  • Night Train to Freedonia: Hesitate and Demonstrate by Neil Hornick (Article)
  • Interview: Geraldine Pilgrim by Luke Dixon (Interview)
  • London Round-Up by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • La Ronde by Liz Stolls (Review)
  • Forkbeard Fantasy by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Bread and Puppet by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Optik Theatre by Caroline Hardy (Review)
  • Media Arts Group by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Duel Duet by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • Boogie! Mayfair Theatre by Neil Hornick (Review)
  • Performance Week, Leicester by Robert Ayers (Review)
  • Ariadone by Neil Hornick (Review)
  • SEM Ensemble by Robert Schuck (Review)
  • Delado by Gillian Clark (Review)
  • Pastorale by Luke Dixon (Review)
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Issue 18 Aug/Sept 1982
  • Opinion: John Cage and Laurie Anderson by Lynn MacRitchie (Opinion)
  • A Real Traditionalist': Laurie Anderson by Laurie Anderson (Feature)
  • Spoken By Others: Laurie Anderson by John Roberts (Article)
  • National Independent Video Festival by Penny Dedman, Peter Savage (Article)
  • Legitimate Journey: Facts and symbols of androgyny in a moving performance by Vivien Lisle (Article)
  • Back to the Garden: IOU by Meira Eilash (Article)
  • Opportunity to Dance by Gillian Clark (Article)
  • Interview: Robyn Archer by Marguerite McLaughlin (Interview)
  • International: An Integral Part of Your Lifestyle: Video- performance by Leonore Welzein (Article)
  • Obituary: Steve Cripps by Paul Burwell, Anne Bean, Carlyle Reedy (Obituary)
  • London Roundup by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Campo Santo by Gray Watson (Article)
  • La Cookiste Superba by Roberta M Graham (Article)
  • Queen Christina, Carmilla by Marguerite McLaughlin (Article)
  • The Ballista by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Little Religions by John Stewart (Article)
  • John Cage by Jeremy Paton-Jones (Article)
  • People Show 87 by Paul Lyons (Article)
  • Gang Ho by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Theodore Shank: American Alternative Theatre (book) by Luke Dixon (Article)
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Issue 19 Oct/Nov 1982
  • Is Performance Art Dead? by Roland Miller (Article)
  • Noe-Naturism: B2 Gallery and David Dawson by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Nuova Spettacolorita!: Italian Performance by John Ashford (Article)
  • Art On The Run by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • A Firm Undertaking: the funeral of Violet Kray by Roberta M Graham (Article)
  • New York Live: New York performers at the ICA by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Interview: Cathy Berberian by Lindsay Cooper (Interview)
  • London Roundup by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Out and About - Hood Fair by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Sonia Knox by Catherine Elwes (Article)
  • Cameron and Miller by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Selwa Rajaa by Meira Eliash (Article)
  • Perfect Moments by Chrissy Iles (Article)
  • Brion Gysin interviewed by Terry Wilson: Here To Go/Planet R101 (Book) by David Dar (Article)
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Issue 20/21 Dec/Jan 1983
  • Anne Bean: Profile by Chris Millar (Article)
  • Horse and Bamboo: Profile by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Psychic TV: Interview by David Dawson (Article)
  • Philip Glass and Rhys Chatham by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Video From the Kitchen: NY Video by Katherine Elwes (Review)
  • LVA Group Show by Paul Madden (Article)
  • Channel 4 and Performance by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Performance in the Third Dimension: Rational Theatre/Malcolm Poynter, ABDC Workshop, Jim Whiting by Helen Powell (Article)
  • The Final Academy by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Bursting the Seams of their Gucci Suits by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Brogue Male by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Urban Art at Top Speed by Robert Ayers (Review)
  • Witches Fly South by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Performance Platform by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Willats in Derry by John Roberts (Article)
  • Ellen Fisher by Anna Moszynaska (Review)
  • Arnaud-Labelle Rojoux by Ann Cullis (Review)
  • Optik by Stella Hall (Review)
  • Sitting Ducks by Stella Hall (Review)
  • Attila the Stockbroker by Roger Ely (Review)
  • Eric Bogosian by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Split Britches by Stella Hall (Review)
  • Michael Upton and Peter Lloyd-Jones by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • The Bone by Andrew O'Hanlon (Review)
  • An Eccentric Evening by John Dowie (Review)
  • The Farndale Avenue Townswomens Guild Dramatic Society by Phil Hyde (Review)
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Issue 22 Feb/Mar 1983
  • Impact Theatre: Profile by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Bloodgroup: Profile by Stella Hall (Article)
  • Spaces: Basement Group, Newcastle by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Mona Hatoum at Aspex by Mona Hatoum (Article)
  • Video: Afterimage by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Steve Hawley by Catherine Elwes (Article)
  • Zen Abbatoir by Anna Moszynska (Review)
  • Raid on the Inarticulate by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Anti-Anti Opera by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Ou Sont Les Neiges D'Antan? by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • ABDC Workshop by Anna Moszynska (Review)
  • The Cabinet Trick by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • People Show No 88 by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Philip Jeck by Dave Rose (Review)
  • Young Lust by Andy Soutter (Review)
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Issue 23 Apr/May 1983
  • Profile: Welfare State by Phil Hyde (Profile)
  • Interview: Nan Hoover by Kate Elwes (Interview)
  • Nightlife: The Zap Club by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Plunging into the Paperpool - the Paperpool Corporation by (Documentation)
  • Video: Who's Watching Whom? by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Con Artist or Cultural Heroine: Laurie Anderson by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Sheffield Expanded Media show by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Can Your Monkey Do The Dog?: Queer Theatre by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • Secret Gardens by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • British Events by Luke Dixon (Article)
  • Hanging Committee by Richard Chapman (Article)
  • Impact Theatre by Stella Hall (Article)
  • Theatre Babel by Robin Morley (Article)
  • Face On by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Has Anyone Here Seen Kelly Show by Robin Morley (Article)
  • General Idea by Anna Moszynska (Article)
  • Doppelganger by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • Virgnia Astley, French and Saunders by John Shaw (Article)
  • Brian Eno by Paul Ahand (Article)
  • Helen Seer/Zoe Redman by Catherine Elwes (Article)
  • Basement Group Performance by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Roberta Graham by Anna Moszynska (Article)
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Issue 24 June/July 1983
  • Profile: John Maybury by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • Kazuko Hohki of Frank Chickens: Interview by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Urban Sax: William Green by William Green (Preview)
  • Performing In Jewellery: The Jewellery Project by Anna Moszynska (Article)
  • Two Weeks in New York: Britain Pollutes New York, etc by Rob La Frenais (Special)
  • Multi-Storey-Minimalism: Charlie Hooker by Robin Morley (Review)
  • Stuart Brisley, Lewis Johnston by Ken Hollings (Review)
  • Feminist Arts Group by Ann Cullis (Review)
  • Lotte and Lotte by Rosa Silver (Review)
  • Ariadne's Afternoon by Lynn MacRitchie (Review)
  • Rose Finn Kelcey by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Musk by Phil Jones (Review)
  • Piccolo by Luke Dixon (Review)
  • Optik by Charlotte Keatley (Review)
  • Gilgamesh by Charlotte Keatley (Review)
  • Akademia Ruchu by Phil Hyde (Review)
  • After Alter?: After Image by Pete Shelton (Article)
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Issue 25 Aug/Sept 1983
  • Babylon Has Indeed Erupted: Notting Hill Carnival by Isobel Appio (Article)
  • The Way of How by Guy Neal (Article)
  • The Realities of Rochdale: Rochdale Art Gallery by Charlotte Keatley (Article)
  • Joseph Beuys: Interview with Lynn MacRitchie by Lynn MacRitchie (Interview)
  • Music Supplement by (Article)
  • The New American Woman by Anna Moszynska (Article)
  • Video on TV by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • A Generation Without Affection: Profile - Jan Fabre by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Richard Layzell on Nightclubs by Richard Layzell (Article)
  • Bracknell Festival of Performance: Two Views by Nigel Pollitt, Chrissy Iles (Review)
  • The Water Station by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • Serpentine Summer Show: Growing Pains, Caught Unawares and Others by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Radical Bingo by Neil Hornick (Article)
  • Everything Television Touches by Pete Shelton (Article)
  • Mary Lucier, NY by Catherine Elwes (Article)
  • Ken Campbell: A Generation Without Affection by Phil Hyde (Article)
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Issue 26 Oct/Nov 1983
  • Because It Was There: Performance Journeys by Robin Morley (Article)
  • High Kemp: Interview with Lindsay Kemp by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Festival Supplement: Hyping the Avant-Garde by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Avignon by Charlotte Keatley (Article)
  • Lift by Isobel Appio, Anna Mosysnska, Meira Eliash (Article)
  • Womad by Isobel Appio (Article)
  • Lumiere and Son's 'Senseless' by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Ian Breakwell by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Wild Style by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Moneik Toebosch by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • Octetto (or Quintetto) Ironico by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Forkbeard Fantasy by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Brion Gysin and Steve Lacy by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • Bartok in Brixton by Rob La Frenais (Article)
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Issue 27 Dec/Jan 1984
  • Art Year Zero: History of Art Vandalism by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • How Life Differs From Detergent: Silvia Ziranek interview by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Posturing Boldly: Recent Camp Art by Meira Eliash (Article)
  • Chic Lies: performance and Fashion by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Direct Line to the Cortex: Philip Glass in London by Peter Culshaw (Article)
  • Holidays in Harness: Ddart in a Spanish resort by Robin Morley (Article)
  • Flirting with Meaning: Mary Longford dancing with Deniz by Robert Ayers (Article)
  • What We Can Learn From Our European Friends by John Stalin (Article)
  • Vidar Egg by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Impact: A Place in Europe by Phil Hyde (Article)
  • Ddart by Phil Jones (Article)
  • We Won't Play Nature To Your Culture by Liz Rideal (Article)
  • Ultramundane: Station House Opera by Anna Moszynska (Article)
  • Paul McCarthy by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Neoism by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • La La La by (Review)
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Issue 28 Feb/Mar 1984
  • The Reality Game: Elements of Performance in UFO sightings by David Briers (Article)
  • The Assault on Enjoyment: out on the ledge with Derek Jarman by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • The Dead Rose: the spirit of Anger lives on in the exoticism and gothicism of today's artists by Ken Hollings (Review)
  • Kill and Wake! African magic in Belsize Park by Isobel Appio (Article)
  • Carnival and Contradiction: are carnivals really liberating? by John A Walker (Review)
  • Spaces: goes to Northern Ireland by Marguerite McLaughlin (Article)
  • The End of the Humans by John Stalin (Article)
  • International Contemporary Art Fair by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Tina Turner by David Briers (Article)
  • The Second Link: Viewpoints on Video in the Eighties by Jez Welsh (Article)
  • Ornamental Structures: Media Arts Group by Anna Moszynska (Review)
  • Kincora: Violations By God's Bankers (Air Basement) by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Paupers Carnival's by David Briers (Article)
  • Peter Wilson: Headscapes by Robert Ayers (Review)
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Issue 29 Apr/May 1984
  • Around the Shows: The Ideal Home Exhibition by Iwona Blazwick, Chris Rodley (Article)
  • Crufts by Steve Rogers, Mark Stevens (Article)
  • The Daily Express Boat Show by John Stalin (Article)
  • The Believing World of Gilbert and George by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • Baron Alban: Life is short but Art is long by (Documentation)
  • The Word Made Flesh: Freud and Performance by Gray Watson (Article)
  • The Wild Chimes: Carillon Music by David Briers (Article)
  • Artists and the Nuclear Threat by Richard Layzell (Article)
  • Notes from Cardiff by David Briers (Article)
  • Clockwork Orange (Man in the Moon); Japanese Cassette Magazines; Neo-Naturists' Valentine's Day Performance; Hans Haacke at the Tate; Andropov's Funeral; British Canadian Video Exchange Opening, Canada House' Robert Wilson's Video 50 by Ken Hollings (Article)
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Issue 30 June/July 1984
  • New York: Spring report from Manhattan by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Human Bondage and the Human Tornado: Melissa Fenley on her collaboration with Francisca Clemente by Anna Moszyska (Article)
  • LSD: The Wooster Group in New York gets to grips with Timothy Leary and ends up with Arthur Miller on acid by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Images of Deviancy: Graham Roberts on Courtroom performance by Graham Roberts (Article)
  • Trash glamourisation of youth cultue by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • John Stalin on gangster etymology by (Article)
  • Uber Marionettes: Barry Edwards on the changing face of adult puppetry by Barry Edwards (Article)
  • Local Heroes: Torvill and Dean return to Nottingham by David Briers (Article)
  • Black and Blue by Liz Rideal (Review)
  • Bow Gamelan Ensemble by Husband (Review)
  • Richard Layzell by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Midday Sun by Rob La Frenais (Review)
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Issue 31 Sept/Oct 1984
  • Charlie Hooker talks about his work with Liz Rideal by Liz Rideal (Interview)
  • The Search for the Zap Formula by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Highlands and Desert: A Performance Pilgramage by David Briers (Article)
  • Mad Dogs and Englishmen: A Curious Tale at the ICA by John Ashford, Neil Butler (Article)
  • Art On Film/Film On Art: Rose English, Sally Potter, Andrei Tarkovsky by Lynn MacRitchie (Article)
  • In The Slaughterhouse of Love: Bataille, the sexual act and beyond by Ken Hollings, Roberta Graham (Article)
  • Nikki Bell and Ben Langland: The Ruined Book by Cathy Courtney (Review)
  • Recent Visual Theatre by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • The Untying by Barbara Lehmann (Article)
  • Circus Logic by Piers Letcher (Article)
  • Plato's Chair by Liz Rideal (Article)
  • Performance Surfing by Alexi Alexander (Article)
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Issue 32 Nov/Dec 1984
  • Doing It The Hard Way: Interview with Yoshiko Chuma of NY's School of Hard Knocks by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Working With Impact: By Novelist Russel Hoban by Russel Hoban (Article)
  • Pure Passion: The Rediscovery of Flamenco by Donna Bernstein (Article)
  • From Myth to Reality: A profile of Rose Garrard by Liz Rideal (Article)
  • Video On The Rocks: The Montreal Viseo Festival by Jez Welsh (Article)
  • Insights in the Shadow of War: Artists go to war by Gray Watson (Article)
  • Peace Moves: Artists say no to war by Richard Layzell (Article)
  • The Spectacle of Pornography: Gay male fantasy spotlit by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • The World Is Your Lobster: The Return of John Stalin by John Stalin (Article)
  • Notts Shots: Four Days of Performance Art by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Royal College of Art mixed media show by Cathy Courtney (Review)
  • Hax Bax Frox Shox by Rob La Frenais (Article)
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Issue 33 Feb/Mar 1985
  • Ritual and Memory: interview with Stuart Brisley by Cathy Courtney (Review)
  • Glamour and Garbage: Documentation by Marty St James, Anne Wilson (Documentation)
  • Crisis in Visual Theatre: Two Opinions by David Gale (Review)
  • Performance Land Art: a journal from Australia by Anthony Howell (Review)
  • Talking American: three views from the US by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Armed by Elizabeth Heron (Article)
  • Trickster by Neil Hornick (Article)
  • Hesitate and Demonstrate by Charlotte Keatley (Review)
  • Background Video - The View From Tokyo by Jane Parrish (Article)
  • The Observation Tower by Caz Royds (Review)
  • Theatre De Complicite by (Review)
  • Give My Regards To Frith Street by Sotiris Kyriacou (Review)
  • An Evening in Swindon: Da Wu Tang by Alex X Fraser (Review)
  • Regular Music by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Notes From Cardiff by David Briers (Review)
  • Alchymia by Elizabeth Heron (Review)
  • Performance at Acme Studios by Sotris Kyriacou (Review)
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Issue 34 Apr/May 1985
  • The Film Editor in Your Head: interview with John Jesurun by Barbara Lehmann (Article)
  • War Therapy: Spalding Gray of NY's Wooster Group on the making of a war movie by Spalding Gray (Article)
  • Rough Seas Inside a Cave Home: Susan Hiller's Postcard Art by Ian Walker (Article)
  • Art Music for Now People: Avant garde musicians are striking it rich by Peter Culshaw (Article)
  • Ceremonies by Elizabeth Heron (Review)
  • Burnt Bridges by Robert Ayers (Review)
  • Juan Loyala by (Review)
  • Babes in the Wood by Sue Wolff (Review)
  • Life Into Art by Ann Berriman (Review)
  • Taking the Mountain to Mohammed by Alan Parker (Review)
  • Three in Third Area by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Being and Doing by Rob La Frenais (Review)
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Issue 35 June/July 1985
  • A Night in Hell: Els Commediants on pagans and pyrotechnics by Teresa Whitfield (Article)
  • La Gaia Scienza: John Ashford strips away the metaphors by John Ashford (Article)
  • Emerging From the Cultural Revolution: are the Fourth Peking Opera by Lucy Neal (Article)
  • From the Enclosure: Zoo Man Alberto Vidal speaks by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Spark Fly: as Bow Gamelan open the festival by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Apocalypse Now: from Poland's Theare Nowy by (Article)
  • Dirty Work: From the Director of Security, by the Bahumutsi Company by Maishe Maponya (Article)
  • Mass in A Minor: Extract from the political thriller this Yugoslav piece was based on by Danilo Kis (Article)
  • The Elusive: Winston Tong, traced, found, interviewed by Barbara Lehmann (Article)
  • Cease and Desist: Arthur Miller vs Wooster Group - the full story by Catherine Bush (Article)
  • What about Performance: in the British Art Show? by Robert Ayers (Article)
  • A Lot of Things: happen in Cardiff by David Briers (Article)
  • Up the Nile: experimental art is stirring by Cathy Courtney (Article)
  • Invisible Work by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • To: Do: The Nine O'Clock Muse by David Dye (Article)
  • Feverhouse by Sue Wolff (Article)
  • Blood Group: Clam by Caz Royds (Article)
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Issue 36 Aug/Sept 1985
  • Meeting the Doppelganger: Steve Willats talks about his work with people on the margins of society by Steve Willats (Article)
  • Imposters: the art of impersonation by Maureen O Paley (Article)
  • Elvis - Vengeance is Mine: His identity lives on through death by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • Territories 1: Beating the Bounds with Tom Phillips by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Finding yourself in a photobooth: from portraiture to Photo- Me - Liz Rideal on the infinitely repeatable art of identity by Liz Rideal (Review)
  • Artist Profile: Guy Brett on the video and performance work of Tina Keane by Guy Brett (Article)
  • Roadworks: Documentation from Brixton street performance artists by (Documentation)
  • Same River Twice by Sue Wolff (Review)
  • Happenings by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Inteatro Festival 85 by (Article)
  • Lulu Unchained by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Expedition to the North Pole by Robin Morley (Article)
  • Princess of Cleves by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Rose Garrard: Openings by Simon Herbert (Article)
  • Almeida Festival by Steven Montague (Article)
  • Ken Gray: Suppellex Vox by (Review)
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Issue 37 Oct/Nov 1985
  • Survey: what performance artists in Britain really think - full details by (Article)
  • Interview: Bruce McLean slugs it out with Chrissie Iles by Chrissie Iles (Interview)
  • This is for you Anna: a contemporary tale of revenge by Neil Bartlett (Article)
  • Thinking Objects: one artist's fascination with Laurel and Hardy by Gary Stevens (Article)
  • Documentation: The Housewatch project by Ian Bourne (Article)
  • Opinion: showdown for performance critics by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Sound/Vision by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Up a Cul de Sac: contemporary music by David Briers (Article)
  • Edinburgh Festival by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Liverpool by Adrian Henri (Article)
  • Marc Chamowicz: Cafe Du Reve (Book) by Alan Parker (Article)
  • New York Reports: Barbara Lehmann and Catherine Bush by Barbara Lehmann, Catherine Bush (Article)
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Issue 38/39 Dec-Feb 1986
  • Beating the Live Art Trail: The latest in performance art from Nottingham and Brighton by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Interview: Steve Reich by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Anti-Opera by David Briers (Article)
  • Brecht and Pop by Nick Coleman (Article)
  • Magic Flute: ICA's Christmas opera by Peter Culshaw (Article)
  • Interview: Robert Wilson by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Artocracy: The Silvia Ziranek section by Silvia Ziranek (Article)
  • Dance Fightback by John Ashford (Article)
  • British Video by Ken Gill (Article)
  • A Day in the Life of a Neo-Naturist by Christine Binnie (Article)
  • New York Reviews by Barbara Lehmann (Article)
  • 3 Mustaphas 3 by Elizabeth Heron (Article)
  • Performance Art: Does it no longer exist? by Neil Butler (Article)
  • Dance Umbrella by Honey Salvadori (Review)
  • Alternativa 4 by Tara Babel (Article)
  • Steve Willats: Brentford Towers by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Oscar MacLennan by Boyd Tonkin (Article)
  • Housewatch by Steve Rogers (Article)
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Issue 40 Mar/Apr 1986
  • What's wrong with the National Critics? A history lesson by John Ashford (Article)
  • Ballroom dancing as social metaphor: Marty and Anne explain by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Art Below the Sea: An interview with an artist/diver by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Industrial Revolution: artist Bow Gamelan on life behind the welding torch by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Appenticed to Dance: Anne Seagrove explains why by Anne Seagrove (Article)
  • Welfare State: exchanged skills with a Tanzanian village by John Fox (Article)
  • Gypsy Switch: a year 'Circle round Britain on an Arts Council training grant by Jill Smith (Article)
  • Our Wonderful Culture by (Documentation)
  • Art and Class: a polemic by Stefan Szczelkun (Article)
  • A Day in the Life of a Neo-Naturist by Christine Binnie (Article)
  • Miranda Payne: Saint GArgoyle by Leslie Dick (Review)
  • Impact: The Price of Meat by Tim Etchells (Article)
  • Billy Whitelaw by Keith Bishop (Article)
  • Arts Worldwide: Sounds of Sudan by Bol Marjoram (Article)
  • IOU and Forced Entertainment by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Station House Opera: A Split Second of Paradise by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Channel Four's latest video series by Nick Houghton (Article)
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Issue 41 May/June 1986
  • Laurie Anderson: an exclusive interview by Barbara Lehmann (Article)
  • The Power of Effective Marketing: two views of Jan Fabre at the Royal Albert Hall by Colin Watkeys, John Ashford (Article)
  • Performance Artists Clog Ideal Home: An ironic tale by Marty St James, Anne Wilson (Article)
  • Mona Hatoum - Not an Entertainer: a profile of her recent work by Bol Marjoram (Article)
  • New Work Newcastle: a report by Tara Babel (Article)
  • A Day in the Life of a Neo-Naturist: Performing at the ROH by Michael Clark (Article)
  • The Event Group by Bruce Bayley (Review)
  • Laibach by Julia Orkney (Article)
  • Forced Entertainment: Nightawks by Steve Rogers (Article)
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Issue 42 July/Aug 1986
  • Australia Focus: the people the places the performances: The Myths, The Spaces: a quick guided tour by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Putting on an Act: performing femininity by Sarah Miller (Article)
  • Kill the Word!: Soundworks Festival by Nigel Helyer (Article)
  • No One Wants You: veteran performance guerilla, Mike Mullins, interviewed by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • View From the South: interview with an art space director by Louise Dauth (Article)
  • Distanced Pairs: two trans-continental working relationships by Julian Goddard (Article)
  • Menacing Curves: installations at the Sydney Biennale by Ann Berriman (Article)
  • Whiff of the Sacred: post-performance in Tasmania by Leigh Hobba (Article)
  • Jill Scott: a science-fiction videomaker by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Performance What the?: the perspecta perspective by Simon Penny (Article)
  • Rose English: thee thy thou thine, exclusively by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Magdalena: a polemic, a festival by Jill Greenhaigh (Article)
  • Pretending to Dance: more performance/dance crossover by Honey Salvadori (Article)
  • Cut Ups and Pixillation: video by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Sex and Death: this time to music by David Briers (Article)
  • A Day in the Life of a Neo-Naturist by Christine Binnie (Article)
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Issue 43 Sept/Oct 1986
  • Close to the Horns: Ross Finn-Kelcey, a profile by Jeni Walwin (Article)
  • Artists in the Theatre: a historical outline by Sara Selwood (Article)
  • Entranced by Butterflies: Lumiere and Son - an opinion by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Furniturisaton: A Suitable Case for Treatment by David Briers (Article)
  • Carnival Logic: An Analytical View by Wilson Harris (Article)
  • Speculation on Memory: Stuart Brisley in Glasgow by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Imaginez: The Fridbourg 'Belluard Bollwerk' by Tara Babel (Article)
  • Suspended Animation: The Venice Biennale by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • North V South: Polveriginteatro Festival by Honey Salvadori (Article)
  • Ars Electronica: New music and performance at Linz by Simon Biggs (Article)
  • Polyphonix: Performance and soundwork in Paris by Simon Herbert (Article)
  • Off the Beaten Track: Round London's Student Shows by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • In Sea: Bow Gamelan Ensemble at the ICA by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Daylight: New Performance Club by Bill Mills (Article)
  • Eye Music and Charting Time: At the Serpentine by Peter McRae, Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Synchro Cycling: A Night in Bike City: Charlie Hooker by Robin Morley (Article)
  • Performance Art Talks: Think Tank Report by Jane Jackson (Article)
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Issue 44/45 Nov-Feb 1987
  • Doff This Bonnet!: Lumiere and Son reply to last issue's criticism by David Gale, Hilary Westlake (Article)
  • Technological Witch Doctors: Interview with Mark Pauline of Survival Research Laboratories by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • The Camera Is The Only Audience by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Artists on the Front Line: Philip Wood of Hidden Grin in Nicaragua by Philip Wood (Article)
  • The Currency Of Art: Profile of JSG Boggs, Money Artist by Jane Jackson (Article)
  • Perfo 4D, or The Artist is in the Bar: Rotterdam Performance Festival by Steve Rogers, Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • Beyond the Zip-Zap: Guide to Glamorous Gimmickery in video by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Third Generation: Women and Sculpture in Canterbury by Tara Babel (Article)
  • Last Sweat of Youth: David Medalla at Daylight by Anna Thew (Review)
  • The English Dream (Midlands Version) by Steve Rogers, Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Peter Baren: Incident by Peter McRae (Review)
  • Light Years by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Women Work Out by Mina Kaylan (Article)
  • Richard Layzell: The Nature of Reality by Simon Herbert (Article)
  • Racing Start by Katy Sender (Article)
  • Manchester Festival by Rob La Frenais (Article)
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Issue 46 Mar/April 1987
  • The Sleep: New visual theatre collaboration by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Atalanta: Robert Ashley opera by Blue' Gene Tyranny (Article)
  • Beuy's Line to Bond Street: The Dealer's Eye: Anthony D'Offay Interview by Gray Watson (Article)
  • At Great Speed: Richard Demarco Interview by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • The Singing Critic: Looking Back at State of the Art by Peter Culshaw (Article)
  • Art in the City: Conrad Atkinson on the Metro by Oliver Bennett (Article)
  • Tate North: Prestige space for performance by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Problems of Pluralism: a critical language for video by Simon Biggs (Article)
  • When Institutions Collide: An Opinion of Performance in Museums by Simon Herbert (Article)
  • Performance Funding: news on latest developments by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • White Breath Red Heart by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • From Berlin to Borough Market by (Article)
  • Charlie Hooker and Bruce McLean: Deep in Fishy Waters by Oliver Bennett (Article)
  • Ruins by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Carlyle Reedy: The Helping Hand by Hanna-O'Shea (Article)
  • Robert Ayers: A Small Thing Standing Up by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Nan Hoover by Nick Houghton, Chrissie Iles (Article)
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Issue 47 May/June 1987
  • A Work Between Two Institutions: Stephen Willats in Leeds by Stephen Willats (Article)
  • Scaling the Castle Walls: Performance Season in Nottingham by Robert Ayers (Review)
  • I See Danger: Alistair MacLennan Interview by Declan MacGonagle (Review)
  • Image After Image: Art on TV and the new series 'Alter Image' by Chris Rodley (Article)
  • Sculpture Down Your Way: TSWA 3D by Brian Hatton (Article)
  • Look North: New York Newcastle '87 On Tour by Tracey Warr (Article)
  • Wash Your Brains: Performance Art LP by Colin Fallows (Article)
  • Extracurricular: Performance Art and Education by Tracey Warr (Article)
  • The Media Show Reborn by Tim Etchells (Article)
  • Astrakan at the Swiss Cottage Baths, Camden Festival by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Gary Stevens: If The Cap Fits by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Fredd Goodwin: Modern Dreams/Ancient Nightmares by Bryan Biggs (Article)
  • At the Edge by Guy Brett (Article)
  • Stuart Brisley: St Cuthbert's Village Cenotaph by Alex Fraser (Article)
  • Babel: Freedom by Roland Miller (Review)
  • Neil Bartlett and Robin Whitmore: A Victim of Love Revealed in Sleep by Steve Rogers (Article)
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Issue 48 July/Aug 1987
  • Opera: David Freeman interviewed by Neil Bartlett (Article)
  • Who are you doing this for?: audiences for live art - a survey by Neil Bartlett (Review)
  • Ethyl and Lily: speaking your mind, Ethyl Eichelberger and Lily Savage interviewed by Neil Bartlett (Article)
  • Going Abroad (1): hyping the international by Peter Culshaw (Article)
  • Going Abroad (2): a case study by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Art in Performance in Art by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • The Sleep by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Confrontations by David Lovely (Review)
  • Alistair MacLennan: Actuation by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Flash Art and Funkytimes by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Holly Warburton by Jonathan Swain (Article)
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Issue 49 Sept/Oct 1987
  • Bracknell 87 by Jez Welsh (Article)
  • Hamlet Machine: The unique and improbable co-operation of Ribert WIlson and Heiner Muller by Janny Donker (Article)
  • When the Tunnel is Built: a journey across Europe by Rob La Frenais (Review)
  • The Quintessential European Event: a report on Documenta 87 by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Behind the Aktion: Elizabeth Jappe interviewed by Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Myths, Monsters and Mutations: the view from Berlin by Ken Gill (Article)
  • Integrating the Beast: art and politics in Europe by Gray Watson (Review)
  • Crossing the Desert: a report on Intervention 3 and its organiser Egidio Alvaro interviewed by Tara Babel (Article)
  • Gary Stevens and Company: Different Ghosts by Annie Griffin (Review)
  • Neue Slowenishe Kunst by Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton (Article)
  • Class of '87 by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • 100 Foot Walking Wall and The Tidal Barrier Event by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Junction Transmissions Sender, Video Exhibition by Nick Houghton (Review)
  • LIFT: Donna Giovanni, Compania Divas by Neil Bartlett (Review)
  • Bow Gamelan Ensemble by Simon Herbert (Review)
  • Ron Hasledon and Bryanston Cross: Nightline by Claire MacDonald (Review)
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Issue 50/51 Nov-Jan 1988
  • Performance Magazine: a reprise in pictures by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • The City and its Double by Claire MacDonald (Article)
  • An A-Z of Order and Change: a poetics of the city by Tony Dunn (Review)
  • The Logic of the Visible: J G Ballard inerviewed by Claire MacDonald (Article)
  • Moving Forward and Backward in Time: Cage and Cunningham reconsidered by David Hughes (Article)
  • When That Hammer Starts to Beat: The sounds of steelcity by Ron Wright (Article)
  • Ex-Cathedra: Richard Demarco on Edinburgh by Richard Demarco (Article)
  • I've Been To This Place Before, in Movies by Tim Etchells (Article)
  • Off the Map Mixed Media Work by Irish Women Artists by Nick Houghton (Review)
  • I Don't Like This Kind of Theatre by Pippa Corner (Article)
  • The National Review of Live Art by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • IOU Theatre at Saltaire, bradford by Jamie Nuttgens (Review)
  • Cumbria, Sellafield and Nuclear Reprocessing Rochdale Art Gallery by David Lovely (Article)
  • Cambridge Youth Theatre: Dream of a New Machine by Pippa Corner (Article)
  • Brian Catling by Julia Orkney (Article)
  • Tattoo Theatre of Yugoslavia by Philp Wood (Article)
  • A History of the Present The ICA's 40th Birthday by David Gale (Review)
  • George Barber: Taxidriver II by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Graeme Miller: Dungeness - The Desert in the Garden by Andy Soutter (Review)
  • Kurt Johanssen: Performance O by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Heiner Muller: Hamletmachine by Steve Rogers (Review)
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Issue 52 Feb/Mar 1988
  • Readers Survey - Results by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Life After Living: Steven Taylor Woodrow's new work by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Resistance, Rewind and Rant: The climate for video art by Nick Houghton (Review)
  • Getting to Grips with Guerilla TV: the past and future of the pirates by Greg Loftin (Review)
  • Spinning Wildly or Standing Still: high tech vs the new minimalism by Jez Welsh (Article)
  • Stating the Art: Interview with John Wyver by Betsy Ho (Article)
  • The City and the Suburbs: Carnival, Television and Video Art: television and community politics by Sean Cubitt (Review)
  • Videopedia: a beginners guide to video in Britain by (Article)
  • Annie Griffin by Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton (Article)
  • 4D At Home by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Theatre Nova by Pippa Corner (Article)
  • Robin Whitmore and the pupils of Sheringfield Primary by Neil Bartlett (Review)
  • Dogs in Honey by Fran Bawden (Review)
  • 10 Years of Avant-Garde Film and Video at the Tate by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Axis Mundi by Pippa Corner (Article)
  • Texture by Malcolm Dickson (Review)
  • Rose Garrard by Ken Gill (Review)
  • Ivan, Rosemary Branch by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Richard Layzell by Mark Currah (Article)
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Issue 53 April/May 1988
  • From Rag-Bag to Riches: Brighton Festival '88 by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Tina Keane: a profile by Michael O'Pray (Article)
  • Taking a Line for a Walk: Marina Abromovic/Ulay interviewed by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • From the Private Wars of Howie Long: recovered from GQ Magazine by Kate Smith (Article)
  • Speaking Without Ruses: John Roberts on male sexuality by John Roberts (Review)
  • The Invisible Man: Notes on male sexuality by Kate Love by Kate Love (Article)
  • Under God: Scenes from the End of the World and the Pursuit of Human Happiness in the Years of Our Lord by Ken Hollings (Article)
  • The Shadow Apparatus by Brian Catling (Article)
  • Documenting Performance Art by Nick Kaye (Review)
  • Hans Haacke by Chrissie Iles (Review)
  • Glenn Branca by Oliver Bennett (Review)
  • Graham Young by Nick Houghton (Article)
  • Oscar McLennan: Waiting for the Kiss of the Chicken King and Helicopter Man, Leadmill, SHeffield by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Steve Purcell and Co by Pippa Corner (Review)
  • Mineo Aayamaguchi by Jeremy Welsh (Article)
  • Carles Santos by Ken Gill (Review)
  • Making Space by Simon Herbert (Article)
  • Audio Arts: Accent For a Start by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Annie Griffin and Laura Ford: The Deadly Grove, Battersea Arts Centre, London by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Ross Finn-Kelcey: Bureau de Change by Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton (Review)
  • Illuminations/Ghosts in the Machine by Nick Houghton (Review)
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Issue 54 June/July 1988
  • Between Windscale and Wordsworth: John Fox interviewed by Baz Kershaw by Baz Kershaw (Interview)
  • Process and Chaos: J M Findlay watches Tadeusz Kantor in rehearsal by Iwona Blazwick, Chris Rodley (Article)
  • Something Material: Nick Kaye on the conflict between producty and process by Nick Kaye (Article)
  • Somebody Should Tell the Emperor: Simon Herbert argues for a return to basics by Simon Herbert (Article)
  • A Series of Changes by Pauline Cummins (Article)
  • All The Rage: Malcolm Dickson looks at the place of radical art in Scotland by Malcolm Dickson (Review)
  • Finding our Place: performance in the art school by Hester Reeve and Vanessa Jones by Hester Reeve, Vanessa Jones (Review)
  • Performance Progress: David Hunter charts some recent developments in performance support by David Hunter (Review)
  • Tina Keane by Nick Houghton (Review)
  • Peter McRae: Avenue of Heroes by Pippa Corner (Review)
  • Stephen Taylor Woodrow: Going Bye-Byes by Pippa Corner (Article)
  • Intimate Strangers: Time To Go by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • Berlin by Ken Gill (Article)
  • Sheffield Media Show 1988 by Nick Houghton, Tim Etchells (Article)
  • Against the Steady Stare by Steve Farrer (Review)
  • Sound Moves by Lisa Haskell (Article)
  • The Blue Line by Tim Etchells (Review)
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Issue 55 January 1988
  • EDGE 88, An Introduction by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • The Tyranny of the Avant-Garde by Dan Cameron (Article)
  • The Reflective Edge: A Female Concept of Self- Representation by Sylvia Eiblmayr (Article)
  • Three Points in a Circle: Three Decades of Experiment in the US and Canada by Steven Durland (Article)
  • A Matter of Content by Gray Watson (Article)
  • Artists Notes by Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton (Article)
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Issue 56/57 Dec-Feb 1989
  • Showing The Wires: Julian Maynard Smith interviewed by Steve Rogers (Review)
  • The Time Has Come The Walrus Said: Simon Penny on Art in the age of the thinking machine by Simon Penny (Article)
  • Breaking The Frame: Nick Kaye on the use of extremes in performance art by Nick Kaye (Article)
  • Epilepsy: Performance, Spectatorship and Abjection by Jane Giles (Review)
  • Talking With a Head: Tina Weymouth has a chat with Peter Culshaw by Peter Culshaw (Interview)
  • A Question of Difference: Mark Gaynor pursues the much loved debate between theatre and fine art by Mark Gaynor (Review)
  • Mind the Gap: Time Based Media at Humberside College of Higher Education by Catherine Shields, Howard Jones, Ruth Baker, Andrew Smith, Mark Hudson, Tim Brenna (Review)
  • Edge 88: A record of Britain's first experimental art biennale by (Documentation)
  • New York Newcastle '88 by Helen Cadwalleder (Review)
  • Steve Shill: A Fine Film of Ashes by Tim Etchells (Article)
  • Manact: Radio Sing Sing by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Nominatiae Filiae: A Magdalena Project production by Simon Thorne (Review)
  • Butthole Surfers by Steve Rogers (Article)
  • Gloria by Pippa Corner (Article)
  • Tony White by Roy Bayfield (Article)
  • Theatre on a String by Ariane Koek (Article)
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Issue 58 Summer 1989
  • Flux-Hunting: The Uncertain in Pursuit of the incomprehensible? by Simon Anderson (Review)
  • The Big Dipper: The Legacy of Arte Povera by Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton (Article)
  • The Picturesque Ruins of the Situationist International by David Dunbar (Review)
  • Reflections: Video Sculpture Past and Present by Chrissie Iles (Article)
  • Glanz und Elend: Die Multi-media Kunst von Marie-Lo Lafontaine by Sigmar Gassert (Article)
  • Dance Away the Frontiers: New Dance Work by Four European Women by David Hughes (Review)
  • Nancy Reilly: Professional high by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Lindsay John: Skin by Matthew Springford (Review)
  • IOU Theatre: Just Add Water by Ariane Koek (Review)
  • Gardzenice Theatre Association: Avvakum, Gathering by Ariane Koek (Article)
  • Peter Brook" La Tragedie de Carmen by Lucy Hughes-Hallett (Review)
  • Stefan Szczelkum: Emigration Ritual by Fran Cottell (Review)
  • The Wooster Group: Frank Dell's The Temptation of Saint by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Les Magiciens de la Terre by Fiona Dunlop (Review)
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Issue 59 Winter 1989/90
  • Of Cats, Dreams and Interioe Knowledge: An Interview with Carolee Schneemann by WIlliam Peterson (Article)
  • A Profile of Egon Schrick by Shaun Caton (Review)
  • Ritualism and Renewal: Reconsidering the Image of the Shaman by Nick Kaye (Review)
  • Window on Performance: The Poetics Of Space by David Hughes (Article)
  • Harpo's Challenge: Performance Art and the Reinvigoration of Opera by Ariane Koek (Review)
  • Display Teams at Southampton: Divergent Definitions of Performance by Mark Gaynor (Review)
  • Station House Opera: The Bastille Dances by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Fiona Templeton: You, The City by Vicki Jung (Review)
  • Rosemary Butcher, in collaboration with Zaha Hadid: d.1. by David Hughes (Article)
  • Shifting Focus by Ruth Barter (Review)
  • Art in Ruins: Vampire Value; Domestic Arrangement by Andrew Wilson (Article)
  • Richard Layzell: The Revolution - You're In It! by Ivan Gaskell (Review)
  • Magdalena Project: International Festival of Voice by Penny Simpson (Article)
  • Steve Shill Leicester Company: Ode to St Cecelia by Helen Davidson (Review)
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Issue 60 Spring 1990
  • Drama in the Tatras: Teatr st i witkiewicza by Paul Allain (Article)
  • Texts for Performance/Performing Texts: Samuel Beckett's Anxiety of Self-Regeneration by Andrew Renton (Article)
  • Free State: In Conversation with Tim Brennan by Ivan Gaskell (Article)
  • The Voice and the Shadow by Paul Newham (Article)
  • A Late Developer: The Language of Dance Criticism by Catherine Brownell (Article)
  • Scena Plastyczna: Herbarium; Moisture by Paul Allain (Review)
  • People Show no. 95: The Big Sweep by David Hughes (Review)
  • The Practice: The Origin of Table Manners by David Hughes (Review)
  • Silvia Ziranek: ICI VILLA MOI by Jeni Walwin (Review)
  • National Review of Live Art by Matthew Springford (Review)
  • Oscar McLennan and Kevin McAleer by Ian Smith (Review)
  • Roberta Graham in collaboration with Ken Hollings; Pale Battalions by Jane Bevan (Review)
  • John Zorn's Naked City by John Gore (Review)
  • International Audio Visueel Experimentell Festival (AVE) by Ivan Gaskell (Review)
  • Video Art Plastique by Fiona Dunlop (Review)
  • Richard Foreman's Ontological-Hysteric Theatre by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Amanda Holiday: Umbrage by Nicky Hamlyn (Review)
  • Cordelia Swann: A Call to Arms by Nicky Hamlyn (Review)
  • Sandra Lahire: Serpent River by Nicky Hamlyn (Review)
  • Ornella Volta: Satie Seen Through His Letters by David Hughes (Review)
  • Jeff Nuttall: The Bald Soprano by David Hughes (Review)
  • The Photofile Series by David Hughes (Review)
  • Robert Mapplethorpe: Some Women by David Hughes (Review)
  • Hermine Demoriane by David Hughes (Review)
  • Helen Chadwick: Enfleshings by David Hughes (Review)
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Issue 61 Sept 1990
  • Locating Goat Island: Converations with Matthew Goulish and Lin Hixson by David Hughes (Review)
  • Jeff Koons and the Art of Deal: Marketing (as) Sculpture by Andrew Renton (Article)
  • Bouncing Back the Impulse: An Interview with Richard Foreman by Nick Kaye (Review)
  • Exploring Sexuality Anew: Erotic Films by European Women by Nicky Hamlyn (Article)
  • The Meaning of Ecstasy by Richard Squires (Article)
  • John Cage: Europera 3 and 4 by Catherine Brownell (Review)
  • East Country Yard Show by Tony White (Review)
  • Fran Cottell: Double Interior - Part 3 by John Carson (Article)
  • Wim Vandekeybus: Les Porteuses de Mauvaises Nouvelles by David Hughes (Review)
  • Graeme Miller: A Girl Skipping by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Christian Boltanski: Reconstitution by Edward Allington (Review)
  • Blaenau Ffestiniog:Will Menter and others: Can Y Graig (Slate Voices) by Chris Cheek (Review)
  • Brighton Festival by Ariane Koek (Review)
  • Edge 90: Cornelia Parker, Mark Thompson by David Hughes (Review)
  • North Face by Sean Cubitt (Review)
  • Edge 90: Various venues, Newcastle by Malcolm Dickson (Article)
  • Brith Gof: Los Angeles by Penny Simpson (Article)
  • John Jesurun: Everything That Rises Must Converge by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Anna Teresa de Keersmaeker: Stella De Singel, Antwerp by Tim Etchells (Article)
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Issue 62 Nov 1990
  • The Spirit of the Hive: Mark Thompson's Invocations by Liz Brooks (Review)
  • Peace On Earth?: Chris Burden's Investigations by Lucy Hughes-Hallett (Review)
  • Veiled Stories: Sophie Calle, Melanie Counsell by Oliver Bennett (Review)
  • Plotting: Angela Bulloch, Tim Head, Darrell Viner by Andrew Renton (Review)
  • L'Insaisissable/The Ungraspable by Maria Klonaris, Katherina Thomadaki (Review)
  • Joseph Beuys: The End of the Twentieth Century by Stuart Morgan (Review)
  • Jane Mulfinger: Deluge by Tony White (Review)
  • Peter Zegveld: Situaties by Alex Fulton (Article)
  • Anna Homler: The Queen of Ooga Booga by David Hughes (Review)
  • Barbara Bloom: The Reign of Narcissicism by Adrian Searle (Review)
  • Bobby Baker: Drawing on a Mother's Experience by Griselda Pollock (Article)
  • DV8: "if only by Lucy Nias (Review)
  • Manchester Olympic Video Exhibition (MOVE) by Sean Cubitt (Article)
  • Ward by Nick Stewart (Review)
  • Marina Abramovic: Boat Emptying - Stream Entering by Katy Sender (Review)
  • Miguel Chevalier: Anthropometrie by Fiona Dunlop (Article)
  • Marie-Jo Lafontaine: Pandora's Bob by Otto Neumaier (Article)
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Issue 63 Mar 1991
  • The Poetry of the Personal: In Conversation with Yoko Ono by Gray Watson, Rob La Frenais (Article)
  • Glasgow Glimpses: Four Views of the National Review of Live Art by David Hughes, John Jordan, Nancy Reilly, Tony White (Review)
  • Frontiers of Freedom: Notes on Die Endlichkeit der Freiheit by Hans Dickel (Article)
  • Travelling Light: A Meeting with Yoshi Oida by Betty Caplan (Review)
  • Opera Factory: Satyricon by David Hoyle (Review)
  • Live Art Week by Tony White (Review)
  • Gaby Abis and Company: Pale Shelter, The Place, London by Sophie Constanti (Review)
  • Brith Gof: Pax by Penny Simpson (Article)
  • Bruce McLean and Catherine Tucker: Vertical Balcony - A Real Gazebo by Tim Etchells (Review)
  • Four Cities Project by Louise Wilson (Review)
  • Art Meets Science and Spirituality in a Changing Economy by A A Bronson (Review)
  • Long Tongues by Richard Squires (Article)
  • Robert Wilson: Black Rider by Fiona Dunlop (Review)
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Issue 64 Summer 1991
  • Wicked, Wicked, Wicked: Susan Hiller's An Entertainment by Guy Brett (Article)
  • Eat Me, Read Me, Burn Me: The Ephemeral Art of Marta Minujin by Richard Squires (Article)
  • Transforming the Horspiel: The Audio Art of John Cage by Richard Kostelanetz (Review)
  • Language Beyond the Lexicon: The Sound of Poetry of Bob Cobbing by Fiona Becket (Review)
  • Forum for Freedom: Augusto Boal's Thetre of the Oppressed by Barbara Norden (Review)
  • Action Syndicate: A Few Small Nips by Sophie Constanti (Review)
  • Laurie Anderson: Empty Places by Tony White (Article)
  • Michael Petry: Flight from Technology: The Sexuality of the Universe part two by Tony White (Review)
  • Alvin Boyarsky Memorial Exhibition by Daniel Abramson (Review)
  • Field Day Theatre Company: The Cure at Troy by John Honderich (Review)
  • Odin Teatret: Talabot by Nigel Stewart (Review)
  • Roland Miller: The Other by Fiona Becket (Review)
  • Leicester International Dance Theatre: Motionhouse Dance Theatre, Shobana Jeyasingh by David Hughes (Article)
  • Earshot by Jeremy Bonner (Review)
  • Alan McLean and Tony Mustoe: My Body Did Everything I Asked It by Tim Etchells (Article)
  • Second International Symposium on Electronic Art (SISEA) by Richard Wright (Review)
  • Black Men in America: Changing Reality? by Susan Wiggins (Review)
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Issue 65/66 Spring 1992
  • Of Knowing and Haunting the World: The Gnostic Art of Brian Catling by Liz Brooks (Review)
  • The Battlefields of Love: Insights in the Work of Roberta Graham by Lucy Hughes-Hallett (Article)
  • The Last Avant-Gardist: John Latham's Holistic Vision by John A Walker (Review)
  • The Confines of Power: Denis Masi's Recent Wall-Works by Mike Archer (Review)
  • Collaborations: An Interview with Philip Glass by Nicholas Zurbrugg (Review)
  • Mask, Role and Narrative: An Interview with Joan Jonas by Nick Kaye (Article)
  • Departure: The Brazilian Project of Marina Abramovic by Demosthenes Davvetas (Article)
  • The Fine Rats International: Performance Art and Post- Industrial Society by Jeffrey Collins (Review)
  • Alighiero e Boetti by Astrid Schmetterling (Review)
  • Jane Mulfinger: Lost For Words by Richard Dyer (Review)
  • Gaby Agis and Shelley Lasica by Andrew Renton (Article)
  • LIFT: The Damned Lovely; Mayhew and Edmunds by Sophie Constanti (Review)
  • LIFT: Nancy Reilly by Tony White (Article)
  • Phyllida Barlow by John Jordan (Article)
  • Theatre Repere: The Dragon's Trilogy by Peter Church (Review)
  • The Last Weekend by Louise Wilson (Review)
  • Miralda: The Honeymoon Project by Ann Cullis (Review)
  • Brighton Festival by Ariane Koek (Article)
  • Cricot - Tadeusz Kantor: Today is my Birthday by Astrid Schmetterling (Review)
  • Signs of the Times by Edith Decker (Article)
  • Chris Meigh-Andrews: Eau d'Artifice by Catherine Elwes (Review)
  • Forced Entertaiment: Welcome to the Dreamland; Marina and Lee by David Hughes (Review)
  • Madrid en Danza by Lucinda Jarrett (Review)
  • European Media Art Festival by Nicholas Morgan (Review)
  • James Turrell: Confort Moderne by Fiona Dunlop (Article)
  • All Colours Theatre: Celenta 17 by Lucy Nias (Review)
  • Bob Flanagan: Sick by Simon Anderson (Review)
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