Issue Fourteen, 1990
This issue of Control Magazine has been created by the contributors of the International Artists’ Symposium, ‘Art Creating Society’ that took place at the Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 1–3 June, 1990. Artists participating in the Symposium were asked to take two pages of Control Magazine and express, in whatever way they found relevant to their own practice, the central issue of art creating society.
(Extract from the Editorial)
- Mark Lewis, 'What is to be Done '
- Andrew Wilson
- Daniel Dewaele, 'Experiences with Art and Society 1977 - 1990 '
- Lawrence Weiner
- Rita Pacquee, 'Madam at the Second Hand Market on a Sunday Afternoon'
- Andreas Seltzer, 'Bilderdienst'
- Dennis Adams, 'The Proscenium'
- Marc Scheppers, 'Themes that Occupied …'
- Stephen Bann & Bob Chaplin, 'Notes from the Social History of Seeing'
- Martha Rosler, 'The Rewards of Money: Brunch a la Loft'
- Stephen Willats, 'White Towers'
- Ivan Dusanek, 'Private Paths'
- Michael Gibbs
- Christian Phillip Muller
- Endre Tot, 'Total Joys by Tot'
- Ernest Edmonds, 'Video Construct Communication Systems'
- Simon Cutts & Colin Sackett, 'Allotment'
- Art Creating Society–Symposium at the MOMA Oxford. June 1st–3rd 1990