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