2016 / 308 May 2016
Issue 308
May 2016

Contents

Macro

A Not So Sad September
by Cally Spooner

Feature
A Different Kind of Star — Bret Easton Ellis and Alex Israel
by Tatiana De Pahlen

Feature
How Can One Exist Among Others? — Mélanie Matranga
by Myriam Ben Salah

Feature
Be Emotional — PAN
by Matthew Evans

Feature
David Hammons? — David Hammons
by Wattis Institute’s Research Group, introduction by Anthony Huberman

Feature
From Line to Sphere — åyr

Feature
The Most Relative Media — Martine Syms
by Eli Diner

Time Machine
Being an Artist Is the Closest Thing to Being a Criminal that Exists — William N. Copley
by Alan Jones, introduction by Toby Kamps

Micro
Proto-Povera-Radical-Sleek
by Michele D’Aurizio

Reviews
Fischli and Weiss Guggenheim/New York; Adam McEwen Petzel/New York; Olivia Erlanger What Pipeline/Detroit; Mathieu Malouf Jenny’s/Los AngelesNathaniel Mellors The Box/Los AngelesJorge Macchi Malba/Buenos AiresDas Institut Serpentine Gallery/London; Jesse Darling Arcadia Missa/London; Elif Erkan Weiss/Berlin; Ceal Floyer Aargauer Kunsthaus/Aarau; The Playground Project Kunsthalle/Zurich; Oscar Tuazon Chantal Crousel/ParisGuy de Cointet Culturgest/Lisbon; Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio T293/Rome; Evgeny Granilshchikov Multimedia Art Museum/Moscow; Hemali Bhuta Project 88/Mumbai; Digging a Hole in China OCAT/Shenzhen; Miho Dohi Hagiwara Projects/Tokyo