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Fugitive Papers #3

Fugitive Papers 3Fugitive Papers #, Summer 2012
(Thinking About Art Forms)
Fugitive Papers


22 pages
410×290 mm
ISBN: 2009-5392


A Quarterly on Art in Ireland

Fugitive Papers is an artistic research project by James Merrigan and Michaële Cutaya to explore ideas about art, writing, criticality and public(s) in Ireland at this time. The project aims at opening critical spaces to think, exchange and debate about art and art-writing through public discussions, printed publications and online. Fugitive Papers works with artists, writers and publics to consider such questions as: Is there a public role for writings on art? What forms of publishing, presentation, distribution might produce new publics? Can we imagine the emergence of new critical publics in Ireland at this time?

Joan Fowler: Resistance Revisited
Fergus Daly: Philosophical Stalkers
David Godbold: Redemptive Facticity
Tim Stott: Subjunctive Commitments
Maeve Connolly: Close Encounters with Art