Monday is a limited-edition journal focused on critical art writing in the Pacific Northwest. Published twice a year by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, it is a platform to support emerging and established critical voices and to help spur new ideas.
Each volume of Monday is thematically driven, highlighting artists’ writings alongside other diverse perspectives on a particular topic. The theme of this volume is Études. There are 250 bound copies.
Table of Contents
- György Ligeti, Désordre
- David Golightly, Haunting Death: Reflections on Ligeti's Études pour piano, Vol. 1
- György Ligeti, On My Études for Piano; translated by Sid McLauchlan
- Nina Power, Woman Machines: The Future of Female Noise
- Claire Cowie, After Genesis
- Fred Moten, Sound in Florescence: Cecil Taylor Floating Garden
- Ellen Garvens, Strings Attached
- Charles Stobbs, The Estimated Mass of Theatre Lights in a Hollow Bar
- Sonny Assu Interviewed by Gloria de Liberali
- Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse, Textualizing Intangible Cultural Heritage: Querying the Methods of Art History
- Leah St. Lawrence, Digitization and Personal Trauma: Processing Stress and Loss Through New Media Expressions
- Sean Lockwood, Occupational Noise Thermometer Poster with Fold Lines
- Judy Twedt: Reflections on Composing and Performing Climate Data; interviewed by Kristina Lee
- Clotilde Jiménez Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
- Stuart Dempster, Deep Listening Extreme Slow Walk Equivalency (2006–2007), Dedicated to Pauline Oliveros
- Emma McIntosh, Worried Notes and Troubled Light: Music and Hegel in Mondrian's Aesthetic Philosophy
- SassyBlack, Lyrics from Worthy, from the album New Black Swing
Volume 3 of Monday is available at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. It may also be found at Mount Analogue, The Elliott Bay Book Company, and through Open Editions. The cost is $15 for students and $20 for all others. Proceeds support the next issue of the journal.