Out Now - 2 New Texts
"On Art, Ethics, and Participation or
How Do We Participate?"
Waking Up from the Nightmare of Participation
Edited by Nina Valerie Kolowratnik & Markus Miessen
Waking Up from The Nightmare of Participation is co-edited by Markus Miessen and Nina Valerie Kolowratnik and was released in Autumn 2011 by Expodium, Utrecht. Contributors include Can Altay, Sabine Bitter, Arno Brandlhuber, Adam Budak, Federica Bueti, Angelique Campens, Carson Chan, Cybermohalla Ensemble, Eyal Danon, Jeff Derksen, Hu Fang, Luigi Fassi, Mark Fisher, Maria Fusco, Anna-Catharina Gebbers, Liam Gillick, Mika Hannula, Stefan Heidenreich, Michael Hirsch, Nikolaus Hirsch, Silvan Linden, Schorsch Kamerun, Nina Valerie Kolowratnik, Suhail Malik, Markus Miessen, Nina Möntmann, Julia Moritz, Michel Müller, Jan Nauta, Magnus Nilsson, Melanie O'Brian, Morten Paul, Dan Perjovschi, Andrea Phillips, Christian Posthofen, Patricia Reed, Dieter Roelstraete, Mark von Schlegell, Ashkan Sepahvand, Jeremy Till, Eva Tuerks, Jan Verwoert, Felix Vogel, Helmut Weber, Adnan Yildiz, Phillip Zach, Wolfgang Zinggl, Tirdad Zolghadr, and me.
"Timing is Everything (or so it seems lately)"
Vector-Critical Research in Context
Edited by Catalin Gheorghe
The 2011 publication of Vector-Critical Research in Context is now available. A publication that is an experimental platform for investigating contemporary art practices, theory, and criticism, this project takes as its issue thematic "Exhibition as (micro)city" with contributions by Catalin Gheorghe, Claire Doherty, Mimi Zeiger, and me, among others...