LOG Illustrated Issue 1
The inaugural issue of Log Illustrated sinks its teeth into the oft overlooked artform of video, with reviews of some of NZ's most interesting recent works, such as Lisa Reihana's A Maori Dragon Story by Tessa Laird, Sean Kerr's Jaunt by Alice Hutchison, and a poetic meditation on Veronica Vaevae's videos by John Pule. Meanwhile, Gwyn Porter gets to the heart of Hollywood, Daniel Malone interviews notorious New York cable art stars Alex Bag and Patterson Beckwith, and our man in New York, David Watson, interviews the editor of Bummer Patrol, another copiously anarchic Manhattan Cable show. For art history buffs, NZ Video buff Lawrence McDonald is interviewed, and he also pays homage to Phil Dadson's seminal work Earth / Breath.
LOG Illustrated was a contemporary art magazine. LOG was published in tabloid format three times a year. Rather than being strictly about-art dialogue-based, LOG was conceived, in 1997, to provide a site for artists and writers to experiment with images and texts in a print format.
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