Free School of Art Theory and Practice (Reader 2)

    A Reader of the Tranzit free school of 2009. January and April. Topic: The Architectures of Discourse Lecturers: Marion von Osten, Ute Meta Bauer.
    curatorial texts, theory, discourse, education, societyAuthors: Marion von Osten, Ute Meta Bauer, Zólyom Franciska, Alexander Alberto, Yvonne P. Doderer, Anika Hausermann, Mark Nash, Sune Nordgren
    Movements towards the Future: The Projekt Migration. (Marion von Osten)

    Stop making Sense. Some reflections on educational reforms. (Marion von Osten)

    Fear Eats the Soul. (Alexander Alberto)

    First Story. (Ute Meta Bauer, Yvonne P. Doderer, Anika Hausermann)

    How to make conflicts productive? Telephone Interview with Ute Meta Bauer by Franciska Zólyom, October 15. 2006.

    The space of Dokumenta. (Ute Meta Bauer)

    The Producers: Contemporary curators in conversation (Ute Meta Bauer, Mark Nash in conversation, chaired by Sune Nordgren)

Free School for Art Theory and Practice

    A reader of The Tranzit Free School of Art Theory and Practice presentig the readings from the years 2006, 2007 and 2008. The invited lecturers of the Free Schools were Barbara Steiner , director of the Galeire für Zeitgenössiche Kunst in Leipzig as well as Chus Martinez, director and curator of the Frankfurter Kunstverein, Dora Garcia, Brussels-based spanish artist, Tirdad Zolgahar Berlin-based curator, and Georg Schölhammer, art critic living in Vienna
    Keywords: curatorial texts, theory, society, politicsAuthors: Michel Foucault, Iritt Rogoff, Immanuel Wallenstein, Alessandro Fontana, Francois Ewald, Arnold I. Davidson, Sabine Grimm, Klaus Ronnenberger, Fran Ilich, Nicholas Lampert, Alessandro Lodovico, Nat Muller, Gregory Sholette
    What is a Theorist? (Iritt Rogoff)

    After Developmentalism and Globalization, What? (Immanuel Wallenstein)

    Foreword (to. Michel Foucault, “Society Must Be Defended”. Lectures at the Collége France 1975-76. (François Ewald, Alessandro Fontana)

    Introduction . Michel Foucault, “Society Must Be Defended”. Lectures at the Collége France 1975-76. (Arnold

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    7 January 1976 . In. Michel Foucault, “Society Must Be Defended”. Lectures at the Collége France 1975-76. (Michel Foucault – lecture)

    An invisible history of work. Interview with Sergio Bologna (Sabine Grimm, Klaus Ronnenberger)

    Possibleworlds.org. The bare-life of »(post)-modern« Mexican reality (Fran Ilich)

    Twelve notes on collection and dark matter. (Gregory Scholette)

    Making Art Out of Doors: (A Conversation with Gregory Sholette, by Nicholas Lampert)

    Snip, Snip…Bang, bang: Political Art, Reloaded (Gregory Sholette)

    The way we work on texts. A digital conversation on writing in electronic forms, transcribed onto paper. (Alessandro Lodovico, Nat Muller)

    Swampwalls dark Matter & the Lumpen Army of Art. (Gregory Sholette)

    A reader of The Tranzit Free School of Art Theory and Practice presentig the readings from the years 2006, 2007 and 2008. The invited lecturers of the Free Schools were Barbara Steiner , director of the Galeire für Zeitgenössiche Kunst in Leipzig as well as Chus Martinez, director and curator of the Frankfurter Kunstverein, Dora Garcia, Brussels-based spanish artist, Tirdad Zolgahar Berlin-based curator, and Georg Schölhammer, art critic living in Vienna
    Keywords: curatorial texts, theory, society, politicsAuthors: Michel Foucault, Iritt Rogoff, Immanuel Wallenstein, Alessandro Fontana, Francois Ewald, Arnold I. Davidson, Sabine Grimm, Klaus Ronnenberger, Fran Ilich, Nicholas Lampert, Alessandro Lodovico, Nat Muller, Gregory Sholette
    What is a Theorist? (Iritt Rogoff)

    After Developmentalism and Globalization, What? (Immanuel Wallenstein)

    Foreword (to. Michel Foucault, “Society Must Be Defended”. Lectures at the Collége France 1975-76. (François Ewald, Alessandro Fontana)

    Introduction . Michel Foucault, “Society Must Be Defended”. Lectures at the Collége France 1975-76. (Arnold I. Davidson)

    7 January 1976 . In. Michel Foucault, “Society Must Be Defended”. Lectures at the Collége France 1975-76. (Michel Foucault – lecture)

    An invisible history of work. Interview with Sergio Bologna (Sabine Grimm, Klaus Ronnenberger)

    Possibleworlds.org. The bare-life of »(post)-modern« Mexican reality (Fran Ilich)

    Twelve notes on collection and dark matter. (Gregory Scholette)

    Making Art Out of Doors: (A Conversation with Gregory Sholette, by Nicholas Lampert)

    Snip, Snip…Bang, bang: Political Art, Reloaded (Gregory Sholette)

    The way we work on texts. A digital conversation on writing in electronic forms, transcribed onto paper. (Alessandro Lodovico, Nat Muller)

    Swampwalls dark Matter & the Lumpen Army of Art. (Gregory Sholette)

From Art History to Visual Culture. Studying the Visual after the Cultural Turn (Reader 2)

    Keywords: curatorial texts, theory, postcolonialism, East-Central Europe, Authors: James Herbert, Keith Moxey, W.J.T. Mitchell, Nicholas Mirzoeff, Jacques Derrida, Walter Benjamin, Michel Foucault, Robert Sobieszek, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Jeffrey Scone, Deeplika Bahri, Edward W. Said, Dipesh Chakrabarty, Homi K. Bhabha, Jessica Dubow, Slander L. Gilman, James D. Herbert, Timothy Mitchell, Annie E. Coombres, Homi K. Bhabha, Anthony Kwame, Appiah, Mignolo Walter, Maria Todorova, Lary Wolf, Iver B. Neuman, Alexander Kiossev, Csepeli György, Örkény Antal, Kim Lane.
    Visual culture / Visual studies (James Herbert) Nostalgia for the Real: The troubled relation of art history to visual studies (Keith Moxey) Interdisciplinarity and Visual Culture (W.J.T. Mitchel) Introduction: What is visual culture? (Nicholas Mirzoeff) Injunctions of Marx (Jacques Derrida) ”K”& ”L” (Walter Benjamin) Panopticism (Michel Foucault) Introduction: Photography and the expressive face (Robert Sobieszek) The Spirit of Judaism (Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel) Introduction. In Haunted Media: Electronic presence from telegraphy to television. (Jeffrey Scone) Introduction to Postcolonial Studies (Deeplika Bahri) Introduction. In Orientalism (Edward W. Said) Postcoloniality and the artifice of history: Who speaks of ”Indian” pasts? (Dipesh Chakrabarty) Of mimicry and man: The ambivalence of colonial discourse (Homi K. Bhabha) ”From the view on the world to a point of view in it”: Rethinking sight, space, and the colonial subject” (Jessica Dubow) Black bodies, white bodies: Toward an iconography of female sexuality in late-nineteenth century of art, medicine and literature. (Slander L. Gilman) Passing between art history and postcolonial theory (James D. Herbert) Orientalism and the exhibitionary order (Timothy Mitchell) Inventing the ”postcolonial”: Hybridity and constituency in contemporary curating. (Annie E. Coombres) Double visions (Homi K. Bhabha) Is the post- in the postmodernism the post- in postcolonial? (Anthony Kwame, Appiah) Occidentalism, (post)Coloniality, and (Post)subalterr Rationality (Mignolo Walter) Introduction. The Balkans & The Balkans: Realia Qu’est-ce qu’il y a de hors-texte? (Maria Todorova) Introduction. In Inventing Eastern Europe: The map of civilization and the mind of the Enlightenment. (Lary Wolf) Making regions: Central Europe (Iver B. Neuman) Notes ont he self-colonisin cultures (Alexander Kiossev) Acquid Immune Deficiency Syndrome in Social Sciences in Eastern Europe (Csepeli György, Örkény Antal, Sheppele, Kim Lane)
      Keywords: curatorial texts, theory, postcolonialism, East-Central Europe, Authors: James Herbert, Keith Moxey, W.J.T. Mitchell, Nicholas Mirzoeff, Jacques Derrida, Walter Benjamin, Michel Foucault, Robert Sobieszek, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Jeffrey Scone, Deeplika Bahri, Edward W. Said, Dipesh Chakrabarty, Homi K. Bhabha, Jessica Dubow, Slander L. Gilman, James D. Herbert, Timothy Mitchell, Annie E. Coombres, Homi K. Bhabha, Anthony Kwame, Appiah, Mignolo Walter, Maria Todorova, Lary Wolf, Iver B. Neuman, Alexander Kiossev, Csepeli György, Örkény Antal,  Kim Lane.
      Visual culture / Visual studies (James Herbert)

      Nostalgia for the Real: The troubled relation of art history to visual studies (Keith Moxey)

      Interdisciplinarity and Visual Culture (W.J.T. Mitchel)

      Introduction: What is visual culture? (Nicholas Mirzoeff)

      Injunctions of Marx (Jacques Derrida)

      K”& ”L” (Walter Benjamin)

      Panopticism (Michel Foucault)

      Introduction: Photography and the expressive face (Robert Sobieszek)

      The Spirit of Judaism (Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel)

      Introduction. In Haunted Media: Electronic presence from telegraphy to television. (Jeffrey Scone)

      Introduction to Postcolonial Studies (Deeplika Bahri)

      Introduction. In Orientalism (Edward W. Said)

      Postcoloniality and the artifice of history: Who speaks of ”Indian” pasts? (Dipesh Chakrabarty)

      Of mimicry and man: The ambivalence of colonial discourse (Homi K. Bhabha)

      From the view on the world to a point of view in it”: Rethinking sight, space, and the colonial subject” (Jessica Dubow)

      Black bodies, white bodies: Toward an iconography of female sexuality in late-nineteenth century of art, medicine and literature. (Slander L. Gilman)

      Passing between art history and postcolonial theory (James D. Herbert)

      Orientalism and the exhibitionary order (Timothy Mitchell)

      Inventing the ”postcolonial”: Hybridity and constituency in contemporary curating. (Annie E. Coombres)

      Double visions (Homi K. Bhabha)

      Is the post- in the postmodernism the post- in postcolonial? (Anthony Kwame, Appiah)

      Occidentalism, (post)Coloniality, and (Post)subalterr Rationality (Mignolo Walter)

      Introduction. The Balkans & The Balkans: Realia Qu’est-ce qu’il y a de hors-texte? (Maria Todorova)

      Introduction. In Inventing Eastern Europe: The map of civilization and the mind of the Enlightenment. (Lary Wolf)

      Making regions: Central Europe (Iver B. Neuman)

      Notes ont he self-colonisin cultures (Alexander Kiossev)

      Acquid Immune Deficiency Syndrome in Social Sciences in Eastern Europe (Csepeli György, Örkény Antal, Sheppele, Kim Lane)