TEXTE ZUR KUNST #108
IDIOM - LANGUAGES OF ART


Edited by Isabelle Graw
Published by Texte zur Kunst
2017
17 x 23 cm
Softcover
English

Price: 84 lei


In art historical and art critical texts, the concept of “idiom” – an expression or mode of speaking that cannot be translated – is frequently used, even if it is rarely spoken of as such. TZK issue 108 explores how the idea of “idiom” might allow us to coherently engage with art's disparate materialist and iconographic connections at a time when the vitality of historical Western-centric cannons are fading (see: Documenta 14) and the traditional relations within and among artistic systems are ever less self-evident. The "Idiom" issue of TZK asks: What languages does art speak?

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

- SUSANNE LEEB
IDIOMS: THE MINOR "A"S OF ART

- ARTIST'S CHOICE

- MIRJAM THOMANN
CHAPTER 3: WOMEN AND SPACE

- ANJA KIRSCHNER
IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING

- MICHAEL DEAN

- LINDA STUPART
DIDACTICORE: AN ARTIST'S STATEMENT

- BOUCHRA KHALILI
MOTHER TONGUE

- LAWRENCE ABU HAMDAN
HEAR, HEAR

- GIOVANNA ZAPPERI
BODY OF EVIDENCE, GESTURES OF DYSFUNCTION / Giovanna Zapperi on Technology as Practice in the Work of Natascha Sadr Haghighian

- YVONNE VOLKART
FROM TRASH TO WASTE / On Art's Media Geology

- MONICA JUNEJA
TO ENTER THE IMAGE / The Performative Self as Idiom*

- DIETER LESAGE
RESEARCH AND FORM / On "Artistic Research" and its Aesthetic

- SVEN LÜTTICKEN
MODERNIST MEMORIES / On the Conteporaneity of Günther Förg

BILDSTRECKE
- PHILIPP GUFLER
MAYBE DEVOTION IS THE ONLY THING I CAN OFFER YOU

NEW DEVELOPMENT
- CLOUDISM / Library Stack on Blockchain Archives and Library Futures

+ REVIEWS and more

https://p-u-n-c-h.ro/files/gimgs/th-1504_108_cover_final_small_t_w392.jpg
""