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FOUR BY THREE MAGAZINE

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Commentary to Montaigne's On Liars

JAMES LEWIS

Why is lying considered to be immoral? From which interpersonal frames do our values arise? James Lewis turns to Michel de Montaigne's short essay On Liars, in order to establish lying's relation to friendship, value and society at large, asking: what exactly is so heinous about the sin of lying? 

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In The End of Abstraction

CALLUM GREEN

What possibilities remain for abstract painting in the 21st century? Callum Green's paintings explore the potentials of the modernist drive to formalism and abstraction in the wake of commercialism, painting's exhaustion and the collapse of medium specificity.

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The Enigma of the Photograph

LISA STEIN

Does photography have an essence? What is the potential of the photographic image as a form of reflection and future-directed activity? Art theorist Lisa Stein considers the nature of photography in light of the image of Aylan Kurdi, taken up by the UK press in September 2015.

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Leaking Into Fiction

REBECCA JAGOE

How are the categories of literary forms decided and who is the one making the decisions? Why does gender or sexual orientation continue to be a prism for determining an author's work? Looking at the work of Chris Kraus and its initial reception, Rebecca Jagoe considers the conflation of the personal with the philosophical and the consequences of a text's refusal to adhere to one genre.

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Soundscapes

LEONIE SHINN-MORRIS

What does a painting sound like and what does sound look like? Leonie Shinn-Morris listens to the six artists that responded with a sonic installation to six individual paintings from the National Gallery’s permanent collection. Experiencing just how much the literal sound of the exhibition resonates like its paintings, Leonie enters into a conversation, creating a world enriched by the temporality of sound.

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