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Fillip is a Vancouver-based publishing organization that was formed in 2004 to expand spaces for critical discussions on contemporary art.


Ken Becker: Not Just Some Canadian Hippie Bullshit: The Western Front as Artists’ Practice
F20
Mohammad Salemy, Nick Srnicek, and Alex Williams: Speed Trials: A Conversation about Accelerationist Politics
F20
Nina Power: Decapitalism, Left Scarcity, and the State
F20
Lois Klassen: Arriving at Nowhere: Reflecting on Chris Kraus’s Radical Localism
F20
Matteo Pasquinelli: The Labour of 
Abstraction: Seven Transitional 
Theses on Marxism 
and Accelerationism

F19
Lene Berg and Jacob Wren: Contradictions 
and Paradoxes
F19
Bettina Funcke and Andrew Stefan Weiner: Intimate Cacophonies: 
An Exchange Regarding 
100 Notes—100 Thoughts
F19
Christopher Régimbal: Institutions of Regionalism: Artist Collectivism in London, Ontario
F19
Byron Peters and Jacob Wick: Scripting Misperformance, Misperforming Scripts
F19
Zarouhie Abdalian, Aaron Harbour, and 
Jackie Im: Having Been Held 
Under the Sway
F19
Chris Sharp: The Concert Was Not a Success: On the Withdrawal of Withdrawal
F18
Natascha Sadr Haghighian: In Conversation: Natascha Sadr Haghighian and Uwe Schwarzer
F18
Willem de Rooij and Anna-Sophie Springer: Colonizing the Exhibition Space
F18
Natascha Sadr Haghighian: Excerpts from Solo Show
F18
Vanessa Nicholas: Great White North
F18
Sven Lütticken: The Making of Labour: The Movie
F18
Alexander R. Galloway and Mohammad Salemy: The Question of Interface
F18
Gabrielle Moser: Always Working: Introduction
F18
Ahmad Hosni: The Page that I Am
F18
Oraib Toukan: Events-Called-Schools: Transcript from the International Academy of Art Palestine
F18
Martha Langford: Some Uses of Disenchantment: Vladimir Putin’s Staged Photography
F18
Liz Park, Tim Saltarelli, and Kristina Scepanski: A Postscript to Creative Destruction
F18
Bassam El Baroni and Hassan Khan: And the future remains, as always, unknown and unpredictable
F18
Matthew Buckingham and David Harvey: Tracing Creative Destruction
F18
David Geers: Open Call Art, Democracy, and the Culture of Consensus
F17
Maria Muhle: Imitation of Life: Biopolitics and the Cinematographic Image
F17
Caren Kaplan: “A Rare and Chilling View”: Aerial Photography as Biopower in the Visual Culture of 9/11
F17
Helen Molesworth and Amy Zion: Documents Magazine 1992–2004: Part Two, Helen Molesworth
F17
Miwon Kwon: Documents Magazine 1992–2004: Part One, Miwon Kwon
F17
Renato Rodrigues da Silva: El Instrumento y Su Obra: On Luis Camnitzer’s Conceptualism
F17
Mayssa Fattouh and Walid Sadek: Tranquility Is Made in Pictures
F17
Jesi Khadivi: Artmoreorless: The Early Performances of Asco
F17
Ariella Azoulay and Elle Flanders: The Right to Share 
the Public Archive: 
A Conversation about Ariella Azoulay’s 
Different Ways Not to Say Deportation
F16
Melanie Gilligan: Affect & Exchange
F16
Jon Davies: The Masculine Mystique
F16
Chris Cozier and Claire Tancons: No More 
than a Backyard 
on a Small Island
F16
Patricia Reed: Co-autonomous 
Ethics and the Production 
of Misunderstanding
F16
Philip Monk: Crises (and Coping) in the Work of General Idea
F16
Ola El-Khalidi and Diala Khasawnih: Gastronomica Makan
: An Ongoing Conversation
F16
Jeff Khonsary and Metahaven: Smashing Windows with Windows: Transparency, Design, and WikiLeaks
F15
Letters and Responses: Responses to On Further Reflection
F15
Christian Hänggi: Stockhausen at Ground Zero
F15
Chris Fitzpatrick and Post Brothers: A Productive Irritant
: Parasitical Inhabitations in Contemporary Art
F15
Juan A. Gaitán: Folding Money
F15
Kate Steinmann: Apparatus, Capture, Trace: Photography and Biopolitics
F15
Saul Anton: Bin Laden’s Death Mask
F15
Gabrielle Moser: Exhaustive Images
: Surveillance, Sovereignty, and
 Subjectivity in Google Maps Street View
F15
Christina Linden: Forward Looking (Apocalypse Now or Later)
F15
Metahaven: WikiLeaks: Axis of Reputation
F15
Reid Shier and Michael Turner: Upon Further Reflection
F14
Kenny Cupers, Markus Miessen, Magnus Nilsson, Ralf Pflugfelder, and Patricia Reed: Architectural Space as Agent
F14
Diedrich Diederichsen: Living in the Loop
F14
Jeff Khonsary: The Encyclopedia That Anyone Can Edit
F14
Matei Bejenaru, Livia Pancu, and Kristina Lee Podesva: Via Satellite
F14
Letters and Responses: Responses to the Recent Cuts to Arts Funding in the Netherlands
F14
Lisa Marshall: An Evidence Horizon
F13
Kristina Lee Podesva and Ryan Trecartin: When the time comes
 you won’t understand 
the battlefield
F13
Jesse McKee and Claire Tancons: On Carnival and 
Contractual Curating
F13
Jan Verwoert: Faith Money Love
F13
Haema Sivanesan: Producing Images in Times of War
F13
Carson Chan: Measures of an Exhibition: Space, Not Art, Is the Curator’s 
Primary Material
F13
Candice Hopkins: The Golden Potlatch
: Study in Mimesis and Capitalist Desire
F13
Antonia Hirsch: Intangible Economies
F13
Anthony Downey: Camps (or the Precarious Logic of Late Modernity)
F13
Jeff Khonsary: Browsing the AAAARG Library
F13
Jeff Derksen: How High Is the City, 
How Deep Is Our Love
F12
Sven Lütticken: Once More on Publicness
: A Postscript to Secret Publicity
F12
Keith Wallace: Artist-Run Centres in 
Vancouver: A Reflection on Three Texts
F12
Eric Kluitenberg: Eclipse of the Spectacle
: Art and the Network of Networks
F12
Sean Dockray: The Scan and the Export
F12
Kathleen Ritter: Translating Rubble: Misreading Mark Manders
F12
Kristina Lee Podesva: When the Levees Break
F12
Julian Myers: Riot Show
: Some Notes on the Archive
F12
Lorna Brown and Anne Pasternak: Agility in Public
F12
Renato Rodrigues da Silva: Interdisciplinarity 
& Participation 
in Contemporary Brazilian Art
F11
Milena Tomic: An Impossible Map
F11
Liz Park: Crawl and Trace
: Invisible Histories and the 
Project of Remembering
F11
Kate Armstrong: A Manual for the Discrete and the Continuous
F11
Kim Dhillon: Language To Be Looked At
F11
Gabrielle Moser: Exhibition-Making with Ghosts: 
The 1984 Miss General Idea Pavilion
F11
Jamie Hilder: Reading Mario García Torres at the Berkeley Art Museum

F11
David Berridge: The Storyteller of Negative Space
: Writing in the Work of Susan Hiller
F11
Antonia Hirsch: Indirect Speech
F11
Arni Haraldsson: Fried’s Turn
F11
Lawrence Rinder: Notes Toward a 
Conversation on Painting

F11
Alex Kitnick: Sean Paul’s Kammerspiel
F11
Haris Epaminonda and Jacob Fabricius: Unresolved and Unanswered and Unspoken
F11
Aaron Peck: Given without Guide: 
Landscape Exhibitions at the Contemporary Art Gallery
F11
David Goldenberg and Markus Miessen: Re: Participation


F10
Christian Hillesø, Kate Steinmann, and Johan Tirén: Re: Democracy, Economy, and Power

F10
Rosemary Donegan and John O’Brian: Working Title
F10
Lorna Brown and Matthew Stadler: Re: Work and Boredom


F10
Dexter Sinister and Eric Fredericksen: Re: The Serving Library


F10
Fionn Meade and Jayce Salloum: Re: Documentary Practices


F10
Lawrence Rinder and Shepherd Steiner: Re: Democracy and the Demos


F10
Irene Loughlin and Johan Lundh: Re: The Dialogical


F10
Maria Fusco and Joseph Mosconi: Re: Fictions

F10
Steve Lambert: Best Case Scenario
F9
Diedrich Diederichsen: Water Versus Objects: Reproduction or Dissemination, or How Did Pop Music Become Ubiquitous?
F9
Boris Groys and Andro Wekua: Wait to Wait
F9
Lea Feinstein and Christian L. Frock: If You Aren't Mad as Hell You Haven't Been Paying Attention
F9
Marisa Jahn: Fillip Index
F9
Joni Murphy: Althea Thauberger's Carrall Street
F9
Cranfield and Slade: Sunshine Daydream/Maerdyad Enihsnus
F9
Dan Graham and Cliff Lauson: Vancouver from the Outside In: Part Two
F9
Molly Dilworth: Lightly Illegal: A Letter from the Most Elegant Public Bathroom in Southeast Portland
F9
Randy Lee Cutler: A Spectrum of Difference
F9
Maegan Hill-Carroll: From Yosemite to the Group of Seven, with Some Flatness in Between
F9
Shepherd Steiner: Other Uses: Boolean Searches in the Martha Rosler Library
F9
Ana Balona de Oliveira: Screens of Film, Video, Memory, and Smoke
F9
Julia Meltzer & David Thorne: Fillip Index
F8
Alison Rajah: Thwarting the Royal Road
F8
Mariana Castillo Deball: Visages Faux
F8
David Goldenberg and Patricia Reed: What Is a Participatory Practice?
F8
Fionn Meade: Oh, Inverted World
F8
Joni Low: The Second Situation: Looking Back on the History of Chinese Contemporary Art
F8
Mark Clintberg: Re: Staging the Labyrinth
F8
Jeremy Todd: Looking Glass Noir and the Ongoing Significance of Steel and Flesh
F8
Ingrid Chu and Slavs and Tatars: Rebuilding the Pantheon
F8
Joseph Mosconi: I Dream of Drella
F8
Matthew Stadler: Just Here to Help: Global Art Production and Local Meanings
F8
Emily Vey Duke: Art about Life Is Better than Art about Art
F8
Ron Terada: Have You Seen This Kitten?
F8
David Court: Living the Image: Looking at Yam Lau’s Scapeland
F8
Slavs and Tatars: Pantheon of Broken Men and Women
F8
Tyler Russell: Hold this Thread While I Walk Away
F8
Jacob Korczynski: Psychedelia and the Site of Cinema
F7
Juan A. Gaitán: That Thinking Feeling
F7
Teresa Steel: Chained Melody
F7
Paul Chan: Untitled (Behold, I show you a mystery)
F7
Willie Brisco, Liam Gillick, and Danna Vajda: It’s Interesting that You, with Your Values, Would Ask Me a Question Like This
F7
Kristan Horton: Drawing of a History of World War One
F7
Jeffrey Swartz: Space-Run Artists: Art Activism and Urban Conflict in Contemporary Barcelona
F7
Johan Lundh: Collective Conscious
F7
Charo Neville: Smooth Space Provisions: Multiple Voices in Curating
F7
Lisa Marshall: Where Art Meets Design
F7
Joseph del Pesco: From the Hip
F7
Cliff Lauson and Lawrence Weiner: Vancouver from the Outside In: Part One
F7
Andrew Berardini: To A From Z
F7
Alex Kitnick: Partial Recall
F7
Markus Miessen: The Violence of Participation: Spatial Practices Beyond Models of Consensus
F7
Pan Wendt: Social Fabric
F7
Piero Golia and Eric Wesley: Basin Climbing: An Interview with Mountain School of Arts
F6
Maria Fusco: There is little respect for those who claim that Superman is not Clark Kent: Fiction, Criticism, and the Art of Anti-Suspense
F6
Micah Lexier: The Sentence is the Page Number
F6
Maria Fusco: The Penalty for Perfidy
F6
Hadley+Maxwell: (Find us at the kitchen door) at unitednationsplaza
F6
Kristina Lee Podesva: A Pedagogical Turn: Brief Notes on Education as Art
F6
Vasif Kortun and Matthew Schum: Vasif Kortun: Istanbul qua Istanbul
F6
François Perrin: Beneath the Hotel, the Beach
F6
Mark Wallace: From "Notes from the Center on Public Policy"
F6
Matthew Stadler: Reading Notes for Don't Take Any Jobs
F6
Matthew Stadler: Don't Take Any Jobs
F6
Makiko Hara: Rethinking a History of Tokyo Art Speak
F6
Sara Mameni: Invasion of the Cybernetic Hand and Other Predicaments
F5
Patrik Andersson: Against Stasis
F5
Michael Eddy: Taking Down the Names of the Anonymous Movement
F5
Colleen Brown: There is a Horizon
F5
Aaron Peck: If You Build It, They Will Come
F5
Joseph Mosconi: Appealing Biography
F5
Nate Lippens: Body Doubles
F5
Jesse Birch and Nicholas Brown: The Absent Enthusiast
F5
Cheryl Meszaros: Marked as Withdrawn
F5
Christian L. Frock: From (Starry Eyed) Vision to Nail
F5
Jordan Strom: Hand in (Invisible) Hand: An Editorial
F5
Robert Eikmeyer and Slavoj Žižek: The Day After: An Interview with Slavoj Zizek
F5
Clint Burnham: Impossibility of an Island
F5
Kathleen Ritter: Welcome to the Wild East
F5
Liz Bruchet: Having Hired a Design Team, the Bad Slept Well
F5
Jordan Strom: Sink and Swim: An Editorial
F4
Barnaby Drabble: We Want Everything: Assembled Thoughts on Artist-led Culture in Zürich
F4
Cao Fei and Jordan Strom: Your Utopia is Ours
F4
Kristina Lee Podesva: Time & Space in a Biennial for Chechnya
F4
Zoë Gray: Secret Svengali
F4
Colin Browne: Lettre de Paris
F4
Christopher Brayshaw: Feldmann’s Tact
F4
Antonia Hirsch and Melanie O'Brian: On Second Thought: Looking Back at the 4th Berlin Biennial
F4
Luis Camnitzer: Art of the State
F4
Adam Harrison: Mark Lewis’ Moving Pictures
F4
Warren Arcan: Dialogue & Distance
F4
Eli Bornowsky: Notes on the Politics of Aesthetics
F4
Fionn Meade: Ulterior Garden Motifs
F4
Caroline Busta: Inside Out
F4
Rebecca Lane: "New" Museum of Modern (Contemporary) Art
F4
Susanna Haddon: Offensive Art
F4
Jordan Strom: Work in Progress?
F3
Anne Lesley Selcer: The State of Refuge in Vancouver
F3
Robert Linsley: Surface, No Support
F3
Jessie Caryl: Tower Ghosts and Swing Shifts
F3
Lisa Coultard: Reiterative Revolution
F3
Cliff Lauson: Affirmations and Refusals
F3
Michele Faguet: A Brief Account of Two Artist-Run Spaces
F3
Irene Loughlin: Conversationally Arresting: Ethics, Empathy, and Identification
F3
Peter Culley: The Ghost Whisperer: Myfanwy's Time in the Woods
F3
Robert Kleyn and Jordan Strom: General Practitioner: An Interview with Robert Kleyn
F3
Kimberly Phillips: Fetishism, Curiosity, and the Work of Brian Jungen
F3
Randy Lee Cutler: Through a Mirror, Darkly
F3
Nicholas Brown: Now We Collect Situations
F2
Andrew Power: Termini
F2
Lance Blomgren: Catastrophic Narratives
F2
Aaron Peck: Farm Arugula with Figs: Bay Area Bazaar, The RED and the GREEN, and Ripe Family Supper
F2
Eleanor Morgan: Derrida's Garden
F2
Donato Mancini: The Bondo Between Word and Image
F2
Seamus Kealy: The Number One Galleries in the Number One City
F2
Lu Jie: The Long March Project
F2
Brady Cranfield: By All Means Listen By All Means: Reading Aural Cultures
F2
Monika Szewczyk: Departures From Death
F2
Lorna Brown: To Live Real Boredom, One Must Have Style
F2
Lawrence Rinder: Remain in Life
F2
Shepherd Steiner: Where World View and World Lines Converge
F1
Jayce Salloum: sans titre/untitled
F1
Marina Roy: As the Hammer Strikes
F1
Antonia Hirsch: Someone Cares
F1
Clint Burnham: No Art After Pickton
F1
Colleen Brown: The Relational Meme
F1
Jordan Strom: Fillipics
F1
Monika Szewczyk: Strains of thought in Antonia Hirsch's World Map Project
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