Volume 71 of Parkett highlights the practices of Swiss video artist and photographer Olaf Breuning, American Painter Richard Phillips and British artist Keith Tyson. Texts on Breuning by Marc-Olivier Wahler, Carissa Rodriguez and Gianni Jetzer; Phillips by Jutta Koether, Christian Rattemeyer and an interview with the artist by Diedrich Diederichson; Tyson by Michael Archer, Hans Rudolf Reust and an interview with the artist by Ethan Wagner. "While Olaf Breuning and Richard Phillips acquire new insights by devoting themselves to the world of forms and aesthetic appearances as 'taste analysts,' Keith Tyson, a latter day uomo universale, strides through complex scientific universes as if he were strolling around in an amusement park. The visual forms and mental peregrinations of these three artists engage cultural borderlines where subjectivity and rationality, sensuousness and cold abstraction are remixed." - publisher's statement. Other texts include critic and poet Vincent Katz on Kiki Smith, critic and curator Michele Nicol on Walter Pfeiffer, curator and writer Francis McKee on Fiona Banner, writer Wayne Baerwaldt on John Körmeling, curator Paolo Bianchi on the political and aesthetic importance of dialogue and noted sociologist Klaus Theweleit on the Abu Ghraib controversy. There is a special 20th anniversary insert by Pipilotti Rist with texts by curator Nicolas Bourriaud and art historian Änne Söll. Texts in English and German.