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Netzteil

Net Section
Franz Thalmair
Im Unterbewusstseinsstrom der Bilder
Zum Phänomen Tumblr Art
On the phenomenon of Tumblr Art
Katrin Kulik
Klicken Sie auf den roten Pfeil, um zu navigieren
Über virtuelle Museumsrundgänge
On virtual tours of museums
Pascal Jurt
Verfassungsmäßig verboten
Ein Gespräch mit dem Germanisten York-Gothart Mix über Zensur
Restricted by constitution
Interview with York-Gothart Mix about censorship
Amir Vodka
Die "Super Joden" von Ajax
Zum Dokumentarfilm Superjews von Nirit Peled
The "Super Joden" of Ajax
On the documentary film Superjews by Nirit Peled
Martin Conrads
Das Internet als MakerBot
Zur Ausstellung Speculations on Anonymous Materials
The Internet as MakerBot
About the exhibition Speculations on Anonymous Materials
Vera Tollmann
Farbintensive crashes
Internetkunst für den Coffeetable
Colour intensive crashes
Net art for the coffee table

Zensur

Censorship
Stuart Hall, Alan O'Shea
Widersprüchlicher Gemeinsinn
Über Neoliberalismus und gesunden Menschenverstand
Common-sense neoliberalism
Anna Tolstova
Selbstzensur vermeiden?
Die Manifesta und das Petersburger "Fenster nach Europa"
Avoiding self-censorship?
Manifesta and St. Petersburg as "Window towards Europe"
Selbstverteidigungsinitiative der Kunstschaffenden (ISTM)
The art workers' self-defense initiative (ISTM)
Du sollst deine Heimat nicht kritisieren
Collage-Projekt (2014)
You mustn't criticize your homeland, just like you mustn't criticize your mother
Image series (2014)
Nehad Selaiha
Soziale Zensur
Wenn TheatermacherInnen und KritikerInnen zu ZensorInnen werden
Social censorship
When intellectuals, theatremakers, and critics turn censors
Daniel Berndt, Fiona McGovern
"Nichts anderes als Politik"
Vier Beiruter Institutionen und ihr beharrliches Anecken an den sozialpolitischen Gegebenheiten
"Nothing but politics"
Four cultural institutions in Beirut and their ongoing struggle with the sociopolitical conditions
Süreyyya Evren
Was wissen Sie über VPNs?
Zensur in der Türkei anhand einiger persönlicher Momentaufnahmen
What do you know about VPNs?
Censorship in Turkey today
Pelin Tan
The Silent University
Eine transversale Institution gegen Schweigen und Selbstzensur
The Silent University
A transversal institution against silence and self-censorship
Gislind Nabakowski
Zensurfreie Mediennutzung
Zur Ausstellung global aCtIVISm im Karlsruher ZKM
On the exhibition global aCtIVISm at ZKM, Karlsruhe
Georg Schöllhammer
Markus Brüderlin 1958–2014

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Exhibitions
Katrin Mundt
Bielefeld: Katarina Zdjelar – Towards a further word, Bielefelder Kunstverein
Monika Vykoukal
Chicago: Faith Wilding – Fearful symmetries retrospective, threewalls
Melanie Ohnemus
Graz: Johannes Schweiger – IMA SET IMA TEXT, INO BUTT, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien (KM)
Ines Kleesattel
Grenoble: Deimantas Narkevičius – Da Capo, Le Magasin (Centre National d'Art Contemporain)
Gabriele Hoffmann
Karlsruhe: Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz – Patriarchal Poetry, Badischer Kunstverein
Nicola Hirner
Klagenfurt: Nebelland hab ich gesehen*
Zum Verhältnis von Kunst und Literatur, *Ingeborg Bachmann,
Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten
Daniel Horn
Rom: Utopia for Sale? – Eine Hommage an Allan Sekula
MAXXI, Museo nazionale delle arti XXI secolo
Franz Thalmair
Vienna: Anna Artaker – Rekonstruktion der Rothschild'schen Gemäldesammlung in Wien, Arbeiterkammer
Bettina Brunner
Vienna: and Materials and Money and Crisis, mumok
Yuki Higashino
Vienna: Wäre ich von Stoff, ich würde mich färben – Retrospektive Ulrike Grossarth, Generali Foundation

Lektüre

Books
Matthias Dusini
Armen Avanessian (Ed.)
#Akzeleration
Thomas Raab
Jonathan Crary
24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep
Martin Reiterer
Bernd Kracke/Marc Ries (Ed.)
Expanded Narration. Das neue Erzählen
Sabine Rohlf
Hanno Rauterberg
Wir sind die Stadt!
Christopher Dell
Ware: Wohnen!
Johannes Springer
Radikale Nostalgie?
50 Jahre nach der Gründung des Birminghamer Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies


 

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A finger pointing at the moon

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Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz

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The recent publication of the private diary of Witold Gombrowicz provides unparalleled insight into the life of one of Poland's great twentieth-century novelists and dramatists. But this is not literature. Instead: here he is, completely naked. [more]

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