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Winter 2002
Winter 2002

On newsstands December 15, 2002 to March 14, 2003

Volume 19, Number 4


Rocks are (not) Dull Some thoughts on Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum and the history of its pre-Libeskind geology displays by Vid Ingelevics Body Movies Interactive artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer at the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz—on Canada, Mexico and new-media art by Randy Gladman With Honours in Prague The New New Painters pay a heralded visit to the Czech Republic by Ken Carpenter Saint-Laurent's Horseman Chris Hand, the mind behind Zeke's Gallery in Montreal, rides outside the white cube by R. M. Vaughan

Canadian Art

Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté

Fast Forward

A Canada-wide guide to the season's best exhibitions

Gutenberg Galaxy

Books on the visual arts Chromophobia by Robert Linsley

Canadian Art International

art/life/Dormice® by Laurel MacMillan Andy Warhol takes LA by Tom Folland Stan Douglas: Suspira Redux by Trevor Smith


Alexandre David by François Dion Sheila Ayearst by Andy Patton Ron Terada by Séamus Kealy Will Gorlitz by Sarah Nind "Glyptomania" by Jeremy Todd David Elliott by David Blatherwick Andrew Wright by Anna-Marie Larsen Mark Karasick by Si Si Penaloza Michael Klein by Kyo Maclear Janet Cardiff by Deirdre Hanna Karilee Fuglem by Kim Simon "La Biennale de Montréal 2002" by Bernard Lamarche

First Person

by Jennifer Papararo and "sweet..." Cover: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Vectorial Elevation, Relational Architecture 4, 1999-2002, large-scale telematic installation with 18 robotic searchlights controlled by the public over the Internet at, installation at Zocalo Square, Mexico City, Photo Martin Vargas
Winter 2002