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The Resource Former West : art and the contemporary after 1989, edited by Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh

Former West : art and the contemporary after 1989, edited by Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh

Label
Former West : art and the contemporary after 1989
Title
Former West
Title remainder
art and the contemporary after 1989
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1971-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hlavajova, Maria
  • Sheikh, Simon,
  • BAK, basis voor actuele kunst (Utrecht, Netherlands)
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  • Art
  • Art
  • Art and society
  • Art and society
  • Art, Modern
  • Art and history
  • Post-communism
  • Postcolonialism
  • Art, Modern
  • Art and history
  • Art and society
  • Art
  • Post-communism
  • Postcolonialism
  • 20.07 art criticism, art review
Label
Former West : art and the contemporary after 1989, edited by Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"This book has been published in the context of the curatorial and artistic research experiment FORMER WEST (2008-2016) developed by BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht and realized through manifold partnerships with artists, theorists, activists, as well as art and educational institutions transnationally."--Page 8
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mladen Stilinović
  • A formalism as wishful as it was dialectical
  • Peter Osborne
  • The contemporary condition: postmodernity, post-socialism, postcolonialism
  • Boris Groys
  • Place-making in the "wrong place": contemporary art and the postcolonial condition
  • Okwui Enwezor
  • Transformations in the former West
  • Georg Schöllhammer
  • The end of contemporary art (as we knew it)
  • Untitled
  • Marion von Osten
  • Perestroika timeline
  • Chto Delat?/What is to be done?
  • Looking for the meaning of "decolonial gesture"
  • Walter D. Mignolo
  • A short glossary of the present
  • Rasha Salti
  • In what does the "formerness" of the West reside?: an itinerary of the contemporary from societies in transition
  • Nancy Adajania
  • Contemp(t)orary: eleven theses
  • Aernout Mik
  • Cuauhtémoc Medina
  • When is contemporary art?
  • Suhail Malik
  • Timing the former.
  • Surnam Viet given name Nam
  • Trịnh T. Minh-hà
  • A time machine theory of history
  • McKenzie Wark
  • Theorizing today: the post-Soviet condition
  • Susan Buck-Morss
  • Preface in place of a postscript
  • The communist horizon
  • Jodi Dean
  • Soviet communism and the paradox of alienation
  • Artemy Magun
  • Homage to the half-truth. Renationalization and artistic imagination in Hungary: a case study
  • Edit András
  • Times of interregnum
  • Zygmunt Bauman
  • Certain resemblances: notes on performance, event, and political images
  • Sharon Hayes
  • Maria Hlavajova
  • Posthuman prehistory
  • Sven Lütticken
  • Fifty years of African decolonization
  • Achille Mbembe
  • Between globalization and global warming: transitions in political narratives of the West and the non-West
  • Dipesh Chakrabarty (in conversation with Boris Buden) --
  • Editors' note:
  • Formering the West
  • Art, 1989, the contemporary.
  • An artist who cannot speak English is no artist
  • Matteo Pasquinelli
  • The West and bordering
  • Naoki Sakai
  • Memories of development
  • Paulo Tavares
  • Petro-subjectivity
  • Brett Bloom
  • Political plastic
  • Eyal Weizman (in conversation with Lucy Lopez)
  • After and beyond the West: resonances of the common
  • Understructures.
  • Sandro Mezzadra
  • A tank on a pedestal: museums in an age of planetary civil war
  • Hito Steyerl
  • "Europe looked in the mirror and saw the world. Beyond that lay nothing"
  • Charles Esche
  • There is a West. It could be the North. Either way, it is real
  • Vijay Prashad
  • Toward another political economy?
  • Nature meets itself in the stomach of the predators
  • Andreas Siekmann
  • 3 continents
  • Creating a distance from the Western-centric political imagination
  • Boaventura de Sousa Santos
  • Whose limits?: the generational continuum (1972-2015)
  • Pedro Neves Marques
  • Feminism and the politics of the commons
  • Silvia Federici
  • Unproductive circulation, excessive consumption
  • Angela Mitropoulos
  • Who is building the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi?
  • Gulf Labor Coalition
  • Nástio Mosquito
  • What is an art worker?: five theses on the complexity of a struggle
  • Angela Dimitrakaki
  • Autonomy and precarization: (neo)liberal entanglements of labor and care in the former West
  • Isabell Lorey
  • Dividual, derivatives, debts
  • Gerald Raunig
  • The new rules of algorithmic institutions
  • Stefano Harney --
  • Between not everything and not nothing: cuts toward infrastructural critique
  • Marina Vishmidt
  • Extrastatecraft
  • Keller Easterling
  • Arcana Mathematica Imperii: the evolution of Western computational norms
  • Laura McLean
  • Crisis, crisis, crisis, or sovereignty and networks
  • Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
  • A single swing of the shovel: former West proxies
  • Boaz Levin and Vera Tollmann
  • Computing the law: searching for justice
  • Susan Schuppli
  • Constructions of the "we."
  • Foreigners out---Please love Austria
  • Christoph Schlingensief
  • Power and truth (after the Internet).
  • Modes of assembly: art, the people, and the state
  • Dave Beech
  • A missing people
  • Rosi Braidotti (in conversation with Maria Hlavajova)
  • Where is the "former" in neocoloniality?: complications of diversity-led inclusion in the arts and the dumbing down of cosmopolitical discourse
  • Andrea Phillips
  • Another we: invading the institution
  • Francesco Salvini
  • "Great" Britain in the former West
  • Nina Power
  • Young men (Man kind)
  • Appointment with history
  • Mona Vătămanu and Florin Tudor
  • Peripheres, housewives, and artists in revolt: notes from the "former East"
  • Ewa Majewska
  • Fascisms: historical, neo, and post
  • Rastko Močnik
  • Who do we face?
  • Irit Rogoff
  • Prospects.
  • Through (A través de)
  • Marlene Dumas
  • Teresa Margolles
  • No future: the space of capital and the time of dying
  • Sami Khatib
  • West or Rojava: toward democratic modernity
  • Dilar Dirik
  • Collective dictionary: political
  • Campus in Camps
  • Reproduction as paradigm: elements for a feminist political economy
  • Federica Giardini and Anna Simone
  • World-making as commitment
  • Work at the bleeding edge of sovereignty
  • Jonas Staal (in conversation with Maria Hlavajova)
  • Performing the institution "as if it were possible"
  • Athena Athanasiou
  • Live your models: self-orientation and social form
  • Brian Holmes
  • No present
  • Mark Fisher
  • Visual interventions
  • Contributors
  • FORMER WEST: (a condensed summary)
  • Tung-Hui Hu
  • Acknowledgements
  • Index
  • Witch hunt
  • Delaine Le Bas
  • The pixelated revolution
  • Rabih Mroué
  • From islands to oceans to clouds: stateless subjects and planetary publics in the anthropocene
Control code
957581483
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
742 pages
Isbn
9780262533836
Lccn
2016039677
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)957581483
Label
Former West : art and the contemporary after 1989, edited by Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh
Publication
Note
"This book has been published in the context of the curatorial and artistic research experiment FORMER WEST (2008-2016) developed by BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht and realized through manifold partnerships with artists, theorists, activists, as well as art and educational institutions transnationally."--Page 8
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Mladen Stilinović
  • A formalism as wishful as it was dialectical
  • Peter Osborne
  • The contemporary condition: postmodernity, post-socialism, postcolonialism
  • Boris Groys
  • Place-making in the "wrong place": contemporary art and the postcolonial condition
  • Okwui Enwezor
  • Transformations in the former West
  • Georg Schöllhammer
  • The end of contemporary art (as we knew it)
  • Untitled
  • Marion von Osten
  • Perestroika timeline
  • Chto Delat?/What is to be done?
  • Looking for the meaning of "decolonial gesture"
  • Walter D. Mignolo
  • A short glossary of the present
  • Rasha Salti
  • In what does the "formerness" of the West reside?: an itinerary of the contemporary from societies in transition
  • Nancy Adajania
  • Contemp(t)orary: eleven theses
  • Aernout Mik
  • Cuauhtémoc Medina
  • When is contemporary art?
  • Suhail Malik
  • Timing the former.
  • Surnam Viet given name Nam
  • Trịnh T. Minh-hà
  • A time machine theory of history
  • McKenzie Wark
  • Theorizing today: the post-Soviet condition
  • Susan Buck-Morss
  • Preface in place of a postscript
  • The communist horizon
  • Jodi Dean
  • Soviet communism and the paradox of alienation
  • Artemy Magun
  • Homage to the half-truth. Renationalization and artistic imagination in Hungary: a case study
  • Edit András
  • Times of interregnum
  • Zygmunt Bauman
  • Certain resemblances: notes on performance, event, and political images
  • Sharon Hayes
  • Maria Hlavajova
  • Posthuman prehistory
  • Sven Lütticken
  • Fifty years of African decolonization
  • Achille Mbembe
  • Between globalization and global warming: transitions in political narratives of the West and the non-West
  • Dipesh Chakrabarty (in conversation with Boris Buden) --
  • Editors' note:
  • Formering the West
  • Art, 1989, the contemporary.
  • An artist who cannot speak English is no artist
  • Matteo Pasquinelli
  • The West and bordering
  • Naoki Sakai
  • Memories of development
  • Paulo Tavares
  • Petro-subjectivity
  • Brett Bloom
  • Political plastic
  • Eyal Weizman (in conversation with Lucy Lopez)
  • After and beyond the West: resonances of the common
  • Understructures.
  • Sandro Mezzadra
  • A tank on a pedestal: museums in an age of planetary civil war
  • Hito Steyerl
  • "Europe looked in the mirror and saw the world. Beyond that lay nothing"
  • Charles Esche
  • There is a West. It could be the North. Either way, it is real
  • Vijay Prashad
  • Toward another political economy?
  • Nature meets itself in the stomach of the predators
  • Andreas Siekmann
  • 3 continents
  • Creating a distance from the Western-centric political imagination
  • Boaventura de Sousa Santos
  • Whose limits?: the generational continuum (1972-2015)
  • Pedro Neves Marques
  • Feminism and the politics of the commons
  • Silvia Federici
  • Unproductive circulation, excessive consumption
  • Angela Mitropoulos
  • Who is building the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi?
  • Gulf Labor Coalition
  • Nástio Mosquito
  • What is an art worker?: five theses on the complexity of a struggle
  • Angela Dimitrakaki
  • Autonomy and precarization: (neo)liberal entanglements of labor and care in the former West
  • Isabell Lorey
  • Dividual, derivatives, debts
  • Gerald Raunig
  • The new rules of algorithmic institutions
  • Stefano Harney --
  • Between not everything and not nothing: cuts toward infrastructural critique
  • Marina Vishmidt
  • Extrastatecraft
  • Keller Easterling
  • Arcana Mathematica Imperii: the evolution of Western computational norms
  • Laura McLean
  • Crisis, crisis, crisis, or sovereignty and networks
  • Wendy Hui Kyong Chun
  • A single swing of the shovel: former West proxies
  • Boaz Levin and Vera Tollmann
  • Computing the law: searching for justice
  • Susan Schuppli
  • Constructions of the "we."
  • Foreigners out---Please love Austria
  • Christoph Schlingensief
  • Power and truth (after the Internet).
  • Modes of assembly: art, the people, and the state
  • Dave Beech
  • A missing people
  • Rosi Braidotti (in conversation with Maria Hlavajova)
  • Where is the "former" in neocoloniality?: complications of diversity-led inclusion in the arts and the dumbing down of cosmopolitical discourse
  • Andrea Phillips
  • Another we: invading the institution
  • Francesco Salvini
  • "Great" Britain in the former West
  • Nina Power
  • Young men (Man kind)
  • Appointment with history
  • Mona Vătămanu and Florin Tudor
  • Peripheres, housewives, and artists in revolt: notes from the "former East"
  • Ewa Majewska
  • Fascisms: historical, neo, and post
  • Rastko Močnik
  • Who do we face?
  • Irit Rogoff
  • Prospects.
  • Through (A través de)
  • Marlene Dumas
  • Teresa Margolles
  • No future: the space of capital and the time of dying
  • Sami Khatib
  • West or Rojava: toward democratic modernity
  • Dilar Dirik
  • Collective dictionary: political
  • Campus in Camps
  • Reproduction as paradigm: elements for a feminist political economy
  • Federica Giardini and Anna Simone
  • World-making as commitment
  • Work at the bleeding edge of sovereignty
  • Jonas Staal (in conversation with Maria Hlavajova)
  • Performing the institution "as if it were possible"
  • Athena Athanasiou
  • Live your models: self-orientation and social form
  • Brian Holmes
  • No present
  • Mark Fisher
  • Visual interventions
  • Contributors
  • FORMER WEST: (a condensed summary)
  • Tung-Hui Hu
  • Acknowledgements
  • Index
  • Witch hunt
  • Delaine Le Bas
  • The pixelated revolution
  • Rabih Mroué
  • From islands to oceans to clouds: stateless subjects and planetary publics in the anthropocene
Control code
957581483
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
742 pages
Isbn
9780262533836
Lccn
2016039677
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)957581483

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