Stephen Willats
Thisway-
Issue Twenty, 2017

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Contributors 1990–1999

Issue Fifteen 1996

Poster Studio
Edwin David
Stephen Dillemuth
Alan Murray
Denise Hawrysio
Oliver Whitehead
Alan Kane & Jeremy Deller
Sarah Staton
Mathew Higgs
Oliver Cieslik & Barbara Schenk
Mat Vaassen
Les Levine
Liam Gillick
Stephen Willats
Katie Bowden & Helen Eger

Issue Fourteen 1990

Mark Lewis
Andrew Wilson
Daniel Dewaele
Lawrence Weiner
Rita Pacquee
Andreas Seltzer
Marc Scheppers
Stephen Bann & Bob Chaplin
Martha Rosler
Stephen Willats
Ivan Dusanek
Michael Gibbs
Christian Phillip Muller
Endre Tot
Ernest Edmonds
Simon Cutts & Colin Sackett
Art Creating Society–Symposium
at the MOMA Oxford, June 1st–3rd 1990

PUBLICITY

Contributors 1960–1969

Issue Five 1969

Laurie Burt
Don Mason
Logie Barrow
John Sharkey
Rick Oginz
Roy Ascott
Douglas Sandle
Stephen Willats
Artists Placement Group

Issue Four 1968

Victor Burgin
Norman Toynton
Derrick Woodham
John Sharkey
Logie Barrow
Stephen Willats
Douglas Sandle
Don Mason
Eric Brown

Issue Three 1967

Peter Stroud
Joe Tilson
Noel Forster
Peter Cook
John Latham
Stephen Willats
Peter Upward
John Sharkey
Logie Barrow

Issue Two 1966

Anthony Benjamin
Stroud Cornock
Adrian Berg
Stephen Willats
Mike Kenny
Tom Phillips

Issue One 1965

Logie Barrow
Roy Ascot
Stephen Willats
Mark Boyle
Dean Bradley

PUBLICITY

Christian Nyampeta
The Rest
Issue Nineteen, 2014

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Nils Norman, Elinor Jansz,
Christabel Stewart, Emily Pethick
Superclinic
Issue Sixteen, 2001

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Postcard from Printed Matter
1981

EPHEMERA

Peter Cook & Loraine Leeson
Adjusting Culture to Practical Function — Reflections and Projections
Issue 10, 1977

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Dave Bugden
Dissemobile
Issue Seven, 1973

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Behavioural Art, Rosetta Brooks, 1973

‘THE ARTIST AS AN INSTIGATOR OF CHANGES IN SOCIAL COGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR’, DOCUMENTATION ON RECENT PROJECTS BY STEPHEN WILLATS, IS AT GALLERY HOUSE, LONDON, FROM 12 JANUARY 1973.



The prevalence of scepticism amongst artists has in some sense been a contributory factor in the move towards a more theoretically sophisticated art in recent years, perhaps to compensate for the ramifications of a realm empty of ideas or meaning. Many artists of this generation in Britain have reacted to the... continue reading

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Order Form
Issue Four, 1968

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Victor Burgin
Carton Programme
Issue Four, 1968

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Vito Acconci
Preliminary Proposal for Museum Lawn, Williams College
Issue Eighteen, 2009

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A Short Survey of CONTROL Magazine 1965–2017

In 1965 Stephen Willats was in touch with a group of artists, designers and art theoreticians to put together a new art magazine, which came to be called Control. It cost £67 to print, 450 copies were made and sold for 3/- each, as a not-for-profit magazine without adverts or any other commercial linkage, selling mostly through independent bookshops and, in addition, there was a small exhibition of the magazine at a book shop in Charing Cross Road. Issue One was anonymous, with no date and no Editor... continue reading

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Exhibition at TATE Liverpool
25 April–16 May 2018

EVENTS

Peter Dunn & Loraine Leeson
The East London Health Project
Issue Eleven, 1979

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Endre Tot
Total Joys
Issue Fourteen, 1990

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Sue Arrowsmith
Issue Thirteen, 1982

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Anish Kapoor
Issue Thirteen, 1982

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Michael Peel
Walking, Waiting, Working
Issue Twelve, 1981

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