The Summer 2014 issue of Visual Arts Research is a special issue called “(tidbits) The easiest thing I ever published”. In his introduction, editor Jorge Lucero explains how this unique issue came to be:
“I put out a call for something that I thought was somewhat unserious. I asked contributors to submit short works that had been either forgotten or didn’t cleanly fit into their research portfolios—marginalia, if you will. Of course, this became a very serious proposal almost immediately because it turned out that this type of “call” was intriguing to many practitioners and researchers in the visual arts and its education.”
Read more about VAR and the special issue here.