Discipline No. 2



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Discipline is a Melbourne-based contemporary art journal. It has a focus on longer, research-based essays, interviews and artist pages.

While based and published in Melbourne, the writers and artists who have contributed to Discipline are both local and international. In presenting longer-form essays, the journal aims to ground a new body of sustained intellectual writing about contemporary art that does not merely fall back on the crutch of ʻpluralityʼ as a means for theorising art after postmodernism and globalisation.

Discipline aims to publish highly focused essays that take on, critically and intelligently, the full strength of contemporary artworks, working through their specific concepts, histories, politics and materialities.


Autumn, 2012

Editors: Nick Croggon and Helen Hughes

Guest Editor: Maria Fusco

Design: Annie Wu and Ziga Testen

Printing: Printgraphics, Victoria


176 pages

perfect bound

30 x 23 cm

1000 copies



Nicholas Croggon & Helen Hughes Editorial
Amelia Barikin Time Shrines Melancholia and Mourning in the Work of Ash Keating
Francis Plagne Matt Hinkley and the Embedded Mark
Helen Hughes Aestheticising Architecture / Architecturalising Aesthetics: Callum Morton and Bianca Hester
David Homewood RR / SK: Public Exhibition
James Parker Retromania and the Atemporality of Contemporary Pop
Timothy Morton Yukultji Napangati: Occupying Dreaming
Helen Johnson A Moment An Immeasurable Whole (on Mira Gojak)
Emanuele Coccia (trans. by Connal Parsley) End of Love
Steve Salisbury Kimberley Dinosaur Tracks
Kate Warren Unstable Realities in Omer Fast’s Five Thousand Feet Is The Best
Adrian Martin Price Tag
Vivian Ziherl Recommended Reading: LIP Magazine (1976-1984)
Sarinah Masukor All The News That’s Fit To Sing: Vernon Ah Kee’s Tall Man
Tim Alves The Telling Moment Revisited: Vernon Ah Kee’s Tall Man
Nikos Papastergiadis Can There Be a History of Contemporary Art?


Maria Fusco Editorial: The Human Word is Midway Between the Muteness of Animals and the Silence of God
Nikolaus Gansterer & Moira Roth The Hand & The Creature
John Berger Why Look At Animals?
Yve Lomax A Philosopher, A Cat, A Monkey and Nudity
John Bevis Mnemonics for Bird Songs and Calls
Nikolaus Gansterer & Moira Roth The Hand, The Creatures & The Singing Garden

A Constructed World
Elizabeth Newman
Sandra Selig
Kate Meakin
Christopher LG Hill
Paul Knight
S.T. Lore

Janet Burchill

Annie Wu & Ziga Testen

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