Issue 2/2014


Censorship


It is one of the oldest issues in the context of the public realm and artistic work: censorship. As an instrument of power wielded by the authoritarian state in response to openly proclaimed or coded critique; as a defence, legitimated on ethical grounds, against dissent or satire vis-à-vis the prescriptive values of religions and religious authorities; as an exclusionary mechanism directed at purportedly impure thought or resistance and disagreement; or as a societal reflex reaction to artistic statements that take stance that is contrary to or deviates from mainstream discourse. Censorship is also an omnipresent phenomenon in the art business nowadays. In the form of self-censorship, it creeps into contexts that view themselves as permissive and emancipatory, just as it worms its way into institutions and structures that claim to be open,... » read more

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Im Unterbewusstseinsstrom der Bilder
Franz Thalmair

Klicken Sie auf den roten Pfeil, um zu navigieren
Katrin Kulik

Verfassungsmäßig verboten
Pascal Jurt

Superjews: Thoughts on Ajax and the Jews following Nirit Peled’s Documentary Film
Amir Vodka

Das Internet als MakerBot
Martin Conrads

Farbintensive Crashes
Vera Tollmann

 

Censorship


Widersprüchlicher Gemeinsinn
Stuart Hall, Alan O’Shea

Avoiding self-censorship?
The Manifesta and the Petersburg “window to Europe”
Anna Tolstova

Du sollst deine Heimat nicht kritisieren
Ініціатива самозахисту трудящих мистецтва (ISTM)

Soziale Zensur
Nehad Selaiha

„Nichts anderes als Politik“
Daniel Berndt, Fiona McGovern

Was wissen Sie über VPNs?
Süreyyya Evren

The Silent University
Pelin Tan

Zensurfreie Mediennutzung
Gislind Nabakowski

Markus Brüderlin 1958–2014
Georg Schöllhammer

 

Artscribe


Katarina Zdjelar
Katrin Mundt

Faith Wilding
Monika Vykoukal

Johannes Schweiger
Melanie Ohnemus

Deimantas Narkevičius
Ines Kleesattel

Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz
Gabriele Hoffmann

Nebelland hab ich gesehen*
Nicola Hirner

Utopia for Sale?
Daniel Horn

Anna Artaker
Franz Thalmair

and Materials and Money and Crisis
Bettina Brunner

Wäre ich von Stoff, ich würde mich färben
Yuki Higashino

 

Books


Armen Avanessian (Hg.):
#Akzeleration
Matthias Dusini

Jonathan Crary:
24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep
Thomas Raab

Hanno Rauterberg:
Wir sind die Stadt! Urbanes Leben in der Digitalmoderne
Sabine Rohlf

Christopher Dell :
Ware: Wohnen! Politik. Ökonomie. Städtebau.
Sabine Rohlf

:
Radikale Nostalgie?
Johannes Springer

Bernd Kracke/Marc Ries (Hg.):
Expanded Narration. Das neue Erzählen
Martin Reiterer

 


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