Vol. 32, 2011, no. 4, Shaping the Archive

Table of Contents Shaping the Archive

p. 2 REDACTIONEEL / Roel Griffioen & Minke Walda

p. 6 ‘FUCK THE SYSTEM!’ / Roel Griffioen

p. 12 ALLES IN ORDE / Jeroen Smid

p. 16 BETWEEN PARANOIA AND COUNTER-MEMORY: DIERK SCHMIDT’S TRIPTYCH: XENOPHOBE, FREEDOM AND UNTITLED (LOUVRE) (2001/2002) / Veronica Tello

p. 24 BEHIND BARS: ARTISTIC APPROPRIATION OF PRISONER’S HEADSHOTS IN THE WORKS OF SUSANA DE SOUSA DIAS, BINH DANH AND CLARISSE HAHN / Stéphanie Benzaquen

p. 34 HET ARCHIEF VAN EEN ONNAVOLGBARE GEEST: HET WERK VAN HORST ADEMEIT / Ragna Manz

p. 40 DE HAPPENING IS VOORBIJ: FLARDEN VAN HERINNERING AAN ALLAN KAPROWS VERGANKELIJKE WERK / Imara Limon

p. 48 ‘DAT NOEMEN ZE ANTROPOLOGIE, MAAR WIJ VINDEN HET GEWOON FUCKING FASHION!’ INTERVIEW MET ARI VERSLUIS EN ELLIE UYTTENBROEK OVER EXACTITUDES / Roel Griffioen & Jesse van Winden

p. 58 ARCHITECTURAL AMBIDEXTERITY / Ioanna Angelidou

p. 68 KUNSTENAARSBIJDRAGE – SYSTEEMPOËZIE: HET PROJECT ALFABET, HERKOMSTLAND, KLEUR, HOOGTE, VORM VAN RUBEN DOORNWEERD / Roel Griffioen

p. 72. EDITORIAL / Roel Griffioen & Minke Walda

p. 74 ABSTRACTS

Vol. 32, 2011, no. 3, Mediality

Table of Contents Mediality

p.2 REDACTIONEEL / Daniël van der Poel & Jesse van Winden

p. 6 INTERMEDIALITIES: A BRIEF SURVEY OF CONCEPTUAL KEY ISSUES / Ginette Verstraete

p. 12 IMAGING PURITY: THE RHETORIC OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE IN LE CORBUSIER’S VERS UNE ARCHITECTURE / Roel Griffioen

p. 24 MAIL ART: EEN SOCIAAL NETWERK VOOR DE KUNST / Leen Bedaux

p. 30 THE INTERMEDIALITY OF DRAWING: TOWARDS A THEORY OF RECEPTION? / Laurence Schmidlin

p. 38 AUTHENTIC MEDIATION: ART, MEDIA, AND PUBLIC SPACE IN MAY ’68 / Sami Siegelbaum

p. 50 ANALOGUE/DIGITAL: REFERENTIALITY AND INTERMEDIALITY / Jens Schröter

p. 58 REVISITING THE FUTURE: STRATEGIES OF TRANSFORMATION IN GERARD BYRNE’S 1984 AND BEYOND / Tanja von Dahlern

p. 68 SHELL-SHOCKED AGAIN AND AGAIN: REGARDING HARUN FAROCKI’S IMMERSION / Daniël van der Poel

p. 80 INTERVIEW MET GERT JAN KOCKEN / Daniël van der Poel

p. 88 ABSTRACTS

Vol. 38, 2017 no. 1/2, Breaking the Frame: Subversion from Within

Breaking the Frame: Subversion from Within looks at artists who undermine institutional conventions, and frequently institutional space, to pose a challenge to authority. But it also takes into consideration the fact that “subversive art — like subculture in general — is perpetually at risk of being maneuvered into the cultural mainstream.” With an editorial by Angela Bartholomew and articles by Susan Power, Catalina Imizcoz, Rachel Schwartz, Alida Jekabson, Isabelle Sully, Eva Fotiadi, Rosa te Velde, and Luna Goldberg, and including artist’s contributions by Gian Luigi Biagini, Patricia Kaersenhout, and Dick Verdult.

Breaking the Frame: Subversion from Within looks at artists who undermine institutional conventions, and frequently institutional space, to pose a challenge to authority. But it also takes into consideration the fact that “subversive art — like subculture in general — is perpetually at risk of being maneuvered into the cultural mainstream.” With an editorial by Angela Bartholomew and articles by Susan Power, Catalina Imizcoz, Rachel Schwartz, Alida Jekabson, Isabelle Sully, Eva Fotiadi, Rosa te Velde, and Luna Goldberg, and including artist’s contributions by Gian Luigi Biagini, Patricia Kaersenhout, and Dick Verdult.

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Vol. 35, 2014, no. 1, Auga

Table of Contents Auga

p. 5 EDITORIAL / Evelyn Austin

p. 8 ‘A VIEW OF THE SEINE THROUGH THE WINDOWS BEHIND THEM’: MARY CASSATT’S IN THE OMBIBUS / Pamela A. Ivinski

p. 28 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION – HARMONY BY RESTRICTION BY GEOMETRY / Lilian Stolk

p. 38 BETWEEN SPECTATOR AND SPECTACLE: DAN GRAHAM’S TWO ADJECENT PAVILONS / Milena Behnke

p. 50 NAKED: DRAWING THE CURTAINS IN EARLY TO LATE MODERNISM / Michel Pierre Laffite

p. 62 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION – COURTYARD / Mirjam Kuitenbrouwer

p. 64 THE WINDOW: STORY / Bart Verbunt

p. 78 THE WORD WINDOW WILL VANISH FROM THE DICTIONAIRIES, TOO: PAUL SCHEERBART’S VISION OF TRANSLUCENT ARCHITECTURE / Mareike Sprendel

p. 96 WINDOWS FOR ABSTRACT AND REPRESENTATIONAL DEVOTION: GLASS IN RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS OF THE UNITED STATES CA. 1945-1980 / Carol Herselle Krinsky

p. 116 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION – SPROCKETS / Alexandra Leykauf

p. 126 LOOKING INSIDE: THE WINDOWS OF SUFI SAINT SHRINES IN ISTANBUL / Esther Voswinckel Filiz

p. 142 ABSTRACTS

 

Vol. 35, 2014, no. 2, Art Criticism in the Networked Age

Table of Contents Art Criticism in the Networked Age

p. 5 EDITORIAL / Steyn Bergs & Masha van Vliet

p. 11 CAN THE EDITOR MATCH THE BOT? (PART 1) / Sven Lütticken & Jorinde Seijdel

p. 25 PHOTOGÉNIE 2.0: THE VIDEO ESSAY AS EVOCATIVE EQUIVALENT OF THE UNTRANSLATABLE ALLURE OF CINEMA  / Sam Roggen

p. 42 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION – QUINTEN, A BOY WITH A MEMORY AS A KARAOKE MOVIE MACHINE / Paul Groot

p. 47 AN ART CRITICISM WITHOUT WORDS: ARGUING IN (CINEMATIC) IMAGES / Laurence Scherz

p. 67 DIGITALLY BASED / Niels Post

p. 73 THE DATA DANDY / Adilkno

p. 81 CONCEPTUAL ART, NETWORKED CRITICISM, AND THE SOCIAL /Steyn Bergs

p. 97 CAN THE EDITOR MATCH THE BOT? (PART 2) / Sven Lütticken & Jorinde Seijdel

p. 106 ABSTRACTS

 

 

 

 

Vol. 36, 2015, no. 1/2, Betwixt & Between

Table of Contents Betwixt & Between

p. 5 EDITORIAL / Herbert Ploegman & Veerle Spronck

p. 11 PERFORMING THE PAGE: MATERIAL AS A STRATEGY IN THE POSTWAR ARTIST’S BOOK / Johan Pas

p. 31 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION / Ruth van Beek

p. 37 THE VIRTUALIZATION OF ARTIST’S BOOKS: THE RATIONALE OF REMEDIATION / Samuel Teixeira

p. 51 RENDERING (THE) VISIBLE: MARBLEPUBLIC: FORTUYN/O’BRIEN’S PAGINATED RETROSPECTIVE / Angela Bartholomew

p. 67 THE OBSESSION WITH THE BOOK / Alain Bourdin

p. 71 STILLANOVEL AND THE MATERIALITY OF CARL ANDRE’S POETIC ‘SCREENS’ / Helena Shaskevich

p. 81 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION – PIXEL STRESS / Anouk Kruithof

p. 91 THE PAINTER AS ILLUSTRATOR: LIVRES D’ARTISTES IN THE COLLECTION OF THE VAN GOGH MUSEUM / Marieke Jooren

p. 115 REMEMBERING THE BOOK: NOSTALGIA AND INTERMEDIALITY IN TWO CONTEMPORARY EXPERIMENTAL NOVELS / Sara Tanderup

p. 131 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION – TIERGARTEN / Johannes Schwartz

p. 138 ABSTRACTS

Vol. 35, 2014, no. 3/4, Speculari

Table of Contents Speculari

p. 7 EDITORIAL / Rana Ghavami & Ragna Manz

p. 9 SPECULATIVE DRAWINGS / Armen Avanessian & Andreas Töpfer

p. 23 THE EXHIBITION AS SPECULATIVE DESIGN: AN EPISTEMIC OBJECT / Gillian Russell

p. 37 WHY HEART ATTACKS COULD BE A THING OF THE PAST: READING AND VALUING SPECULATIVE DESIGN / James Auger

p. 59 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION – “MAKE IT BIG AND FLAT” / Jonas Lund

p. 69 HERE AND NOW: GHOSTS OF FUTURES PAST / Lara Schrijver

p. 83 AN UNCOMFORTABLE IMAGINATION / Carl DiSalvo

p. 93 ON THE IMPATIENCE OF ACCELERATIONISM / Thijs Witty

p. 108 ABSTRACTS

p. 111 ARTIST CONTRIBUTION / Bottbass

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vol. 37, 2016, no. 3/4, Translation as Method

With increasing frequency over the years, artists have been testing the nature and strength of the agreements between bodies – agreements that have been formed (or deformed) by attempts to communicate. Connecting the tail of 2016 to the head of 2017 with an issue on artistic approaches to translation affirms our faith in the necessity of a practice that persistently attempts to communicate across languages, disciplines, generations, and ideologies.

With increasing frequency over the years, artists have been testing the nature and strength of the agreements between bodies – agreements that have been formed (or deformed) by attempts to communicate. Connecting the tail of 2016 to the head of 2017 with an issue on artistic approaches to translation affirms our faith in the necessity of a practice that persistently attempts to communicate across languages, disciplines, generations, and ideologies.

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Vol. 37, 2016, no. 2, Constructed Identities

Constructed Identities takes you on a trip through Europe and a little beyond — a journey through space, as well as time. The issue (edited by Rosa te Velde) explores a selection of case studies to consider the selective uses of history in heritage, and it puts forth alternative approaches to question established definitions of identity. Featuring articles by Lila Athanasiadou, Isa Fahrenholz and Svenja Binz, Abla elBahrawy, Arna Mackic, Katinka de Jonge, and interviews with Jennifer Tosch and Wendelien van Oldenborgh. Artworks by Guy Köningstein, and on the cover a drawing by the Georgian artist Lado Darakhvelidze.

Constructed Identities takes you on a trip through Europe and a little beyond — a journey through space, as well as time. The issue (edited by Rosa te Velde) explores a selection of case studies to consider the selective uses of history in heritage, and it puts forth alternative approaches to question established definitions of identity. Featuring articles by Lila Athanasiadou, Isa Fahrenholz and Svenja Binz, Abla elBahrawy, Arna Mackic, Katinka de Jonge, and interviews with Jennifer Tosch and Wendelien van Oldenborgh. Artworks by Guy Köningstein, and on the cover a drawing by the Georgian artist Lado Darakhvelidze.

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Vol. 37, 2016, no. 1, Cultural Policies Agendas of Impact

At the end of 2014, the Dutch Ministry of Culture (OCW) announced a new Art and Culture public fund, The Art of Impact, designating seven million euro to support art projects that have a distinct impact on society. With this programme, the policy of austerity initiated by the minister of culture (Halbe Zijlstra) entered a new phase. Ideologically, it shifts away from discrediting the arts as a left-wing hobby towards rendering the arts as a tool of intervention and engagement with society. What does it mean to attribute to the artists, designers and art institutions the social, economical and political responsibility of changing and improving the world? This issue delves into the historical grounds and present implications of arts and culture funding policies and programmes in the Netherlands and beyond.

At the end of 2014, the Dutch Ministry of Culture (OCW) announced a new Art and Culture public fund, The Art of Impact, designating seven million euro to support art projects that have a distinct impact on society. With this programme, the policy of austerity initiated by the minister of culture (Halbe Zijlstra) entered a new phase. Ideologically, it shifts away from discrediting the arts as a left-wing hobby towards rendering the arts as a tool of intervention and engagement with society. What does it mean to attribute to the artists, designers and art institutions the social, economical and political responsibility of changing and improving the world? This issue delves into the historical grounds and present implications of arts and culture funding policies and programmes in the Netherlands and beyond.

Table of Contents Cultural Policies: Agendas of Impact

p. 2 EDITORIAL /  Rosa te Velde & Steyn Bergs

p. 3 INTRODUCTION / Lara Garcia Diaz & Cristina Marques Moran

p. 9 OPBOUW ALS AFBRAAK: OVER DEMOCRATISERING ALS VANISHING MEDIATOR IN HET HUIDIGE KUNSTENBELEID / Bram Ieven

p. 9 DESTRUCTIVE CONSTRUCTION: DEMOCRATIZATION AS A VANISHING MEDIATOR IN CURRENT DUTCH ART POLICY / Bram Ieven

p. 17 THE ART OF IMPACT: ASPIRIN FOR AMPUTATION / Steven ten Thije

p. 20 THE ART OF IMPACT PROGRAMME: INTERVIEW WITH TABO GOUDSWAARD AND MICHIEL MUNNIKE / Lara Garcia Diaz & Cristina Marques Moran

p. 25 AGENTS OR OBJECTS OF DISCONTINUOUS CHANGE? BLAIRITE BRITAIN AND THE ROLE OF THE CULTUREPRENEUR / Josephine Berry

p. 37 ENDS OF ART: FROM NUL TO BIJL / Sven Lütticken

p. 45 VALUE IS AN AMBIGIOUS HYPEROBJECT / Market for Immaterial Value & Steyn Bergs

p. 50 PUTTING OURSELVES AT RISK IN PUBLIC: INTERVIEW WITH JEANNE VAN HEESWIJK / Rosa te Velde

p. 56 MANAGEMENT OF DISTRUST: MEASURING AND MONITORING IN POLICY MAKING: INTERVIEW WITH PASCAL GIELEN / Lara Garcia Diaz, Cristina Marques Moran & Rosa te Velde

p. 62 ABSTRACTS

*Extra* (online only): ART, IT’S PUBLICS AND AN AGENDA OF IMPACT: THE UK CASE / Andrew Hewitt