Sue Arrowsmith
Issue Thirteen, 1982

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Behavioural Art, Rosetta Brooks, 1973

‘THE ARTIST AS AN INSTIGATOR OF CHANGES IN SOCIAL COGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR’, DOCUMENTATION ON RECENT PROJECTS BY STEPHEN WILLATS, IS AT GALLERY HOUSE, LONDON, FROM 12 JANUARY 1973.



The prevalence of scepticism amongst artists has in some sense been a contributory factor in the move towards a more theoretically sophisticated art in recent years, perhaps to compensate for the ramifications of a realm empty of ideas or meaning. Many artists of this generation in Britain have reacted to the... continue reading

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Peter Cook & Loraine Leeson
Adjusting Culture to Practical Function — Reflections and Projections
Issue 10, 1977

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Nils Norman
Issue Seventeen, 2007

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Peter Cook
Archigram Group
Issue Three, 1967

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Langlands and Bell
Issue Seventeen, 2007

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Vito Acconci
Preliminary Proposal for Museum Lawn, Williams College
Issue Eighteen, 2009

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Nils Norman, Elinor Jansz,
Christabel Stewart, Emily Pethick
Superclinic
Issue Sixteen, 2001

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Logie Barrow
From A Summary on Totalism,
Issue One, 1965

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First Editorial
Issue One, 1965

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Herve Fischer
Manifesto No 2 for Sociological Art
Issue Nine, 1975

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A Short Survey of CONTROL Magazine 1965–2017

In 1965 Stephen Willats was in touch with a group of artists, designers and art theoreticians to put together a new art magazine, which came to be called Control. It cost £67 to print, 450 copies were made and sold for 3/- each, as a not-for-profit magazine without adverts or any other commercial linkage, selling mostly through independent bookshops and, in addition, there was a small exhibition of the magazine at a book shop in Charing Cross Road. Issue One was anonymous, with no date and no Editor... continue reading

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Contributors 2000–2009

Issue Eighteen 2009

Vito Acconci
Karolin Meunier
Stephen Willats
Erwin van Doorn
Dan Mitchell
Annette Krauss
Thomas Hirschhorn
Harmen de Hoop
Steve Rushton
Ricardo B

Issue Seventeen 2007

FrenchMottershead
Jakob Jakobsen
Dan Kidner
Langlands & Bell
Emma Hedditch
Nils Norman
Miriam Steinhauser
Elly Clarke
Fritz Haeg
Stephen Willats
Johnny Spencer
Chris Hammond
Ricardo Basbaum
Phil Coy

Issue Sixteen 2001

Jakob Jakobsen
David Goldenberg
Jesus Cruzvillegas
Art Lab
Nils Norman, Elinor Jansz,
Christabel Stewart & Emily Pethick
Hamish Fulton
Sarah Staton
David Beech
Heinrich Sachs
Stephen Willats
Wolfgang Spanier

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Michael Peel
Walking, Waiting, Working
Issue Twelve, 1981

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Stephen Willats
Contexts for Freedom
Issue Thirteen, 1982

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Tony Bevan
Emblems and Portraits
Issue Thirteen, 1982

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Ernest Edmonds
Video Construct Communication Systems
Issue Fourteen, 1990

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Endre Tot
Total Joys
Issue Fourteen, 1990

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Merlin Carpenter
Line of Control
Issue Twenty, 2017

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Exhibition at TATE Liverpool
25 April–16 May 2018

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