Issue 3.07

Winter 2009: Less is More – The Politics of Erasure

Editor: Jenny Penberthy

Co-produced with SFU Gallery.

Featuring essays by Clint Burnham, Bill Jeffries, and Ariana Kelly. Erasures by Tom Phillips, Louis Cabri, Aaron Vidaver, Kristina Lee Podesva, Oana Avasilichioaei, and more.

Print: $10





Contributors

Diatribes

An Introduction to Less is More...

The Dialectics of Erasure

from A Humument

from Paths and Places

from Nets

from Letter to Shareholder series

from Soldiers' Market 2005-2008

Description of a Struggle

local colour

from The Mortal S

26-Tone Technique: An Adventure of Whitman's Line (2005)

from Keepness

from 365 Sonnets I Destroyed

from Wittgenstein's Corrections

from The Owls of North

Erasures

ERAS/URE

Two Pages from Severed Public Documents Pertaining to the Neutralizationof the Woodwards Squat (2002)

Erased LeWitt Sentences

from Stretch

redaction suite blackout

All the Dots

Cover: Paths and Places [Vancouver 6, detail]

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