Issue Seven, 1973
Implicit in any coherent standpoint is an articulated foundation, which if it is to be useful as a prescription needs to be rigorously investigated and defined. The needs to further such an investigation has played a large part in influencing the selection of contributions to this issue, … which are seen as providing an area of discourse, analysis and methodological direction in areas where there has been little consideration on the part of the artist previously.
(Extract from the Editorial)
- Kevin Lole, 'Art and its Behaviourism'
- Peter Smith, 'Behaviourism as an Hermenuetic of Art (A Pragmatic Variant)'
- Stephen Willats, 'Concern of the Centre for Behavioural Art', 'Social Model Construction Project', Prescriptions for Task Orientated Methodologies in Constructing Operational Models of Art Practice', 'West London Social Resource Project'
- Howard O’Conner, 'Some Correlations Between the Behavioural Artist and Verbal Learning Models'
- John Stezaker, 'Two Instances of Institutional Determinacy of Art'