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fine print hosts a combination of long-form pieces alongside a frequent schedule of short-form reviews and responses to exhibitions, individual artworks and artist's practices. fine print is a space for a broad cohort of voices and varied approaches in writing, each with a key aim: to highlight the importance that documenting art holds to the vitality of its creation.
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Does art have any kind of power in multi-levelled, structured society? Or is now a commodity palpable and re-workable to suit any market? Politically motivated art sits on the threshold of institutional presentations, biennials and festivals with more collectable contemporary art appeasing masses and reflecting ideological objectives.
Issue 14: INTERSECTIONS
The theories and histories of art are often compartmentalised in an effort to define and understand their importance. In reality they form a network of colliding ideas and ideologies, splintering and changing course as artists negotiate with the situations of past, present and future. Where are these meeting points, in theory, concept and practice?
fine print acknowledges the traditional country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. We recognise and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and honour their continued cultural and spiritual connection to the land on which we meet and work.
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— fine print committee
Gillian Brown, Rayleen Forester, Joanna Kitto