Ethics of Knowledge—Poetics of Existence
Bernd Klöckener (Ed.)
Is it possible that the depression and feelings of insufficiency academics experience in response to the constant pressures to innovate are symptoms of the university’s original ideals? Austrian philosopher and literary and political theorist Armen Avanessian (b.
Live and Die as Eva Braun and Other Intimate Stories
Edit Molnár & Marcel Schwierin (Eds.)
Live and Die as Eva Braun and Other Intimate Stories is a compilation of short writings by Israeli artist, writer and filmmaker Roee Rosen (b.
Lívia Páldi (Ed.)
The Site Residency (TSR) was imagined as an artists’ residency that would result in no material production, a program oriented toward “the secret world of doing nothing and its consequences.
Artistic Research and the Utopia of the Everyday
Anette Baldauf, Stefan Gruber, Moira Hille, Annette Krauss, Vladimir Miller, Mara Verlic, Hong-Kai Wang & Julia Wieger (Eds.)
The 18th volume in the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna series, Spaces of Commoning raises unsettling questions about research ethos, accountability, and the entanglement of power and knowledge embedded in Western sciences, arts and architecture.