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Agender Bender. August 2001


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This issue of TANK sought to push beyond the tired constraints of binaries and dualisms, dwelling in the ambivalent and the in-between. Hard yet fluffy, clever but fun, male and female, TANK offered a cult object for all.

  • Writer Fernando Vallejo tells stories from Columbia’s cocaine capital

  • Alexander Barley frames the debate on globalisation

  • Greg Lotus looks to the stars to imagine the future of couture

  • Plus, Shumon Basar writes an anti-architectural manifesto, fiction from Lebanon courtesy of Nadine Rachid Touma and Salil Tripathi on the Indian engineers who built a talking computer in Bangalore