WSJ believe there is a place (and a necessity) for a dynamic publication that will exploit its online nature and commission media-rich content by local and international artists. The WSJ generates critical commentary and discussion regarding independent contemporary art projects and practice, focuses on short and long feature articles, interviews and artist “pages”, and experiments with the creation of interactive articles with non-linear/experimental navigation.
West Space Journal Issue 1
Ben Coonley, Carolyn Kane, Chris Dancy, Christopher Kirkley, Dina Kelberman, Hamish Win, Harry Burke, James Eisen, Jennifer Chan, Jessie Scott, Juliette Bonneviot, Justin Clemens, Lesley Gourlay, Library of the Printed Web, Martine Syms, Peter Tyndall and Wei Huang / edited by Kelly Fliedner and Rowan McNaught / designed by Rowan McNaught / best read online...
West Space Journal Issue 2
Channel G (Sean Peoples), Fayen D’evie, Lesley Gourlay, Sean Dockray, Mike Bulajewski, Kelly Fliedner, Emily Floyd, *Candy Factory Projects with Takuji Kogo and Federico Baronello, Lou Hubbard, Slavs and Tatars, Sarinah Masakor, Sam Szoke-Burke, Gavan Blau, Dick El Demasiado, Tim Alves, Patrick Pound, Melanie Gilligan, Nick Selenitsch, Marcus Herse, Chronox, Naeem Mohaiemen, Oscar Perry, Hannah Black and Sally Shafto / edited by Kelly Fliedner and Rowan McNaught / designed by Rowan McNaught / best read online...
West Space Journal Issue 3
A Constructed World, Tim Alves, Martine Stig, Sarinah Masukor, Louisa King, Damiano Bertoli, Neil Beloufa, Mariana Vishmidt, Peter Osborne and Gavan Blau, Yael Bartana, Toril Johannesen, Kim Brockett, Rowan McNaught, Kelly Fliedner, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Liang Luscombe, Henna-Rikka Halonen, Chris Mann, Anusha Kenny and Avni Dauti / edited by Kelly Fliedner and Rowan McNaught / designed by Rowan McNaught / best read online...