Issue 1/2014

Chronic Times

To what extent have we learnt to come to terms with chronic circumstances, in other words, with circumstances that persist for an indeterminate period of time? Conversely, to what extent does the chronic, which co-determines our everyday lives, although in many ways this passes unnoticed or is not addressed as a distinct issue, put a specific resistivity on the agenda? Or, if not resistance, then at least independent modes of looking at and dealing with the situation that are appropriate to persistent and enduring states of affairs? This edition addresses such questions in the realm of art – chronopolitical interrogations that form a kind of counter-topos to the logic of the acute and topical. Nation-state, capitalist and heteronormative structures are determined primarily by linear timelines, rooted in the idea of progression, of forgi... » read more


Net section

Internet Joys
The Phenomenon of “Post-Internet Art”
Vera Tollmann

Image-free in the Midst of the Images
Television and Internet as a Source – Jesse McLean’s Videos
Lars Henrik Gass

Working on Paper, Working with Paper
The mechanical logic of Ignacio Uriarte's artistic practice
Franz Thalmair

The Internet Is Not a Circle of Friends
The foundation of the netzpolitischer konvent der österreichischen zivilgesellschaft
Mariann Unterluggauer

Citizens Searching for a State
Edward Snowden and the non-economic dimension of the digital present
Krystian Woznicki

If Apple were a state …
On Christian von Borries’ film IPHONECHINA (2013)
Julia Gwendolyn Schneider


Chronic Times

On Uncanny States and Bodies
Eva Egermann

The Chronic
A conversation between Renate Lorenz, Elizabeth Freeman and Mathias Danbolt

certain resemblances:
thoughts on performance, event and political images
Sharon Hayes

Politics of space and time
On the Non-linear Chronologies of the Living Archive Project
Jelena Petrović

Das Werden einer Geste
Yasmine Eid-Sabbagh

Sie hebt die Hand, sie wendet den Kopf
Elske Rosenfeld

Till Gathmann

There is no such Thing as an Innocent Reading!
A Readplay
Read-in (Annette Krauss, Serena Lee, Maiko Tanaka)

Punta Carretas – Gefängnis/Einkaufszentrum
Giulia Cilla

Familienfoto mit nur einer Person
Xiaoyan Men

Closet Case Studies #1.2
Anna T.



After Year Zero. Geografien der Kollaboration seit 1945
Daniel Horn

Self Made Urbanism Rome (S.M.U.R.) Informal Common Grounds of a Metropolitan Area
Dietrich Heißenbüttel

Lois Weinberger
Georg Schöllhammer

Gülsün Karamustafa
Hedwig Saxenhuber

Sean Snyder
Gabriele Hoffmann

Luisa Kasalicky
Carola Platzek

The Temptation of AA Bronson
Su-Ran Sichling

Salon der Angst
Brigitte Huck

Amar Kanwar
Christian Höller

Ich bin eine andere Welt
Christa Benzer

Lonnie van Brummelen, Siebren de Haan
Yvonne Volkart



Diedrich Diederichsen/Anselm Franke (Hg.):
The Whole Earth
California and the Disappearance of the Outside
Yuki Higashino

Enrique Dussel:
Der Gegendiskurs der Moderne
Jens Kastner

Peter Osborne:
Anywhere or Not at All: Philosophy of Contemporary Art
Peter Kunitzky

Jean-Luc Nancy/Daniel Tyradellis:
Was heißt uns Denken?
Gislind Nabakowksi

David Prudhomme:
Einmal durch den Louvre
Martin Reiterer

Brecht Vandenbroucke:
White Cube
Martin Reiterer

Jean-François Lyotard:
Wozu philosophieren?
Gislind Nabakowksi