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The webzine looks at the contemporary art scene from the perspective of the artists and curators profiled on Axis and our arts professional audience. We want to prompt, and engage in, topical debates and to critically reflect upon the artistic and curatorial practice represented across the Axis website. The webzine features dynamic content from new and established writers seeking to inspire, inform, profile, critique, review and debate contemporary art.
We are keen to commission contributions which visually, vocally and creatively respond to the contemporary art scene and current debates from both established and emerging writers. For details on contributing see the call for submissions page.
The Dialogue webzine began as an academic journal in December 2005, and until April 2008 it was supported by an external editorial panel. The panel consisted of artists, critics, curators and academics based in the UK. The format developed into an online magazine, or webzine, in 2009. It became part of the 'art talk' section of the website in October 2010.
The view points expressed are those of the contributor and not of Axis. Every attempt has been made to contact the copyright holders of all the images and text to obtain their permission; we apologise for any inadvertent omissions. If you have any queries please contact Lesley Guy - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The webzine is funded by Arts Council England and the Arts Council of Wales and receives funding and in kind support from Leeds Metropolitan University.
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