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andreview is an online and print-based project that began in 2009
by Mia Nolting and Rachel Peddersen.

With each printed edition of andreview, online presence and content also changes.

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Issue 6: Anticipation

What are you waiting for?

After nearly two years, we release Issue no.6 - a collection of poetry, art, and writing knit by the theme anticipation. Conceived in August's sweltering heat amidst hanging job offers and transition, this issue of andreview weaves together redemptive breaks, love stories, unfulfillments, fantasies, and unfinished tales about new beginnings. We ask that each poem, text, and image be a holding place, and that together the pages offer a temporary ground for reflection.

Lessons:
Find space without anticipation
Find pause without anticipation

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Sydney S. Kim
Vanessa Kauffman
Joseph Imhauser
Joanne K. Cheung
David Horvitz
Nina LaCour
Aidan Koch

December 17, 2013, 11.25 x 16.5 inches, 16 pages.
Printed by Linco Printing, Long Island City, NY, published by andreview.
Edited by Rachel Peddersen and Mia Nolting, design by Mia Nolting.


Issue 5: Thanksgiving

Essay by Carl Alviani

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Additional reading:
Reading 1
Reading 2

November 12, 2011, 14 x 22 inches.
Printed by Linco Printing, Long Island City, NY, published by andreview.
Edited by Rachel Peddersen and Mia Nolting, design by Mia Nolting.


Issue 4: Garments

Garments.

We cover ourselves. One way or another, we wear the world. Fabrics fold, as do we, and what interests me is what punctuates our tissue. Lace allows light while a pelt weighs a life's leftovers on your back. Green chiffon against red wallpaper turns heads and cameras, sets certain desires vertiginous. The agreement between a pair of socks and a vest can tickle me giddy. Hell, I love to wear socks as much as I don't. Yes, this reeks of post-structuralists (who, in fact, loved to attend to structure) and a certain chiasmus of ideas proposed by M. M-Ponty.

From couture to canvas, garments are more than simply clothing or costuming. They come in layers, they lay light or weigh down; they are rolled en masse; you think "garment" and you think production, you think "garment district." You don't often think of sharecroppers cutting holes in sheets to fashion dresses. But that's a garment. So's an overall pronounced "overhaul" and so's a crustacean's home.

Mia and I were talking about how best to capture winter in a theme, though San Francisco is by now nearing spring, and we agreed that everybody has a different idea - often based on value - of how to keep warm. Style-as-a-philosophy is old hat but still pertinent and, well, prevalent. The internet's odd mirrors of our everyday certainly help perpetuate postures. Such is the appeal of something like The Sartorialist: documenting a world most of its audience will never know but through S. Schulman's lens is a little narrative most fluent in the internet must know. Any garment will tell you a story. As will any lack, as did the sharecroppers'pragmatism in W. Evans and J. Agee's Let Us Now Praise Famous Men rend me mouth agape at times. (It was re-reading this book that gave us a final push towards this topic.) But countenancing difference is the thrill of art and the aim of journalism. Which is what elevates that book above so much sameness across these tubes we now inhabit.

The aim here, in this issue, was to build a jigsaw. To lock together fabrics and ideas of fabrics, to layer with layers and get things talking to each other. That's how you outfit, I figure, so that's how I curated this array. That's also just how I think. Thanks for seeing our rhymes.

- Ryland Walker Knight, Guest Editor

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Alyssa Volpigno
Gina Telaroli
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
Jeanine Stevens
Jovanna Tosello
Justin Bland
Matthew Flanagan
Natalie Nomeli
Reina de Vries
Serrah Russell
Shauna Sanchez
Yvonne Most

June 15, 2010, 16 x 10 inches.
Printed by Linco Printing, Long Island City, NY, published by andreview.
Edited by Rachel Peddersen and Ryland Walker Knight, design by Mia Nolting.


Issue 3: Ghosts

Produced 09/01/10 - 09/27/10
Printed 09/05/10
Released 10/15/10

We came back to say:
Ghosts are paradoxes, in-between things that are missing and things that are here: remnants, memories, traces, a breeze on the back of your neck.

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Carl Diehl
Cecile Wesolowski
Derek Franklin
Eddie Malone
Eliza Fernand
Erik Blad
Erin Perry
Hajara Quinn
India Radfar
Jesse Malmed
Jared Is
Jovanna Costello
Kristine Thompson
McIntyre Parker
Paul Wig
Polly Bresnick
Rachel Garber
Ryland Walker Knight
Scott Riley
Vanessa Renwick
Yvonne Most




October 15, 2010, 14 x 22 1/2 inches, folded.
Printed by Linco Printing, Long Island City, NY, published by andreview.
Edited by Rachel Peddersen and Mia Nolting, design by Mia Nolting.

[1] Jennifer Bastian, SUSTAIN/APART, 2010, 4 x 6 inches, inkjet on cardstock, co-presented with CANAL projects, Los Angeles, California and Portland, Oregon.
[2] Postcard insert featuring Serrah Russell, 3 x 5 inches, Portland, Oregon.


Issue 2: Islands

"Everything I make these days seems like an island"
- J.Hirsch

Dear Readers,

Thanks for opening Issue 2 of andreview, Islands.

We are so grateful to all of the artists, writers and thinkers that are dedicating time to andeview. Taking our inspiration from long-standing, well-designed publications and artists' books, we're not afraid to show how much we care about the importance of holding a printed publication in your hands.

As a somewhat cheeky response to summer (Portlanders are NOT finding this very funny at the moment) we have decided to release an issue entitled Islands. For us, Islands are psychological as well as, geographical. Included in Issue 2 is a collection of conversations, chats, poems, and short stories as well as images we find relevant. We encourage you to pick up the printed newsprint version that includes a mailable postcard and a full color insert printed in conjunction with Container Corps. Enjoy!

Sincerely,
andeview

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Andrea Brandtner
Becky Jamieson
Carson Smith
Claudia Pena Salinas
Cynthia Lahti
Jared Is
Jeff Guay
Jess Hirsch
Jessica Jacobs
Julian Hensarling
Martin Lemos
Maryanne Casasanta
Matea Jocic
Matt Stangel
Morgan Ritter
Paige Saez
Ryland Walker Knight
Sarah Meadows
Sena Basoz
Sydney Kim
VanDoren Wheeler
Yvonne Most







June 15, 2010, 16 x 10 inches.
Printed by Linco Printing, Long Island City, NY, published by andreview.
Edited by Rachel Peddersen and Mia Nolting, design by Mia Nolting.

[1] Insert featuring print by Container Corps, Portland, Oregon, 11 x 16 inches, four color inkjet print with images by Sydney S. Kim, Claudia Pena Salinas, Maryane Carasanta, and Paige Saez.
[2] Wish you were here, 4 x 6 inches, double-sided, postcard insert featuring Matea Jocic.


Issue 1: Home

Home is both an origin and a place to return, an abstract idea and a physical place, and something that takes time. It's also routine and maintenance, and nurturing, and the division between public and private. Having roots in a place doesn't necessarily make it home, but sometimes that's all it takes.

- Mia Nolting and Rachel Peddersen, January 2010

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Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen
Anneke Hymmen
Annie Wu
Ayni Raimondi
Becky Jamieson
Claudia Pena Salinas
David Horvitz
Denise Schatz
Gary Wiseman
James Stewart
Jeff Guay
Julian Hensarling
Linda Hutchins
MarkWarrenJacques
McIntyre Parker
Rebecca Steele
Sena Basoz

Additional Reading:
Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen: Library
Ayni Raimondi: Household Index

January 15, 2010, 20 pages, 7 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches.
Printed by Linco Printing, Long Island City, NY. Published by andreview.
Edited by Rachel Peddersen and Mia Nolting, design by Mia Nolting.