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  • Mutter_schafft – von un/sichtbarer Hausarbeit im Schöner Wohnen Magazin der 1970er-Jahre 

    Umbach, Rosanna (2018)
    Housework and its representations are made in/visible within the visual structure of the living magazine Schöner Wohnen. A binary gender_gap is established and reproduced between the pages and their assemblage of images ...
  • Schöner wohnen wollen (sollen) 

    Riedel, Anna-Katharina (2018)
    Not only can we live beautifully, living can be even more beautiful, that’s what the title of the most famous living magazine in German-speaking countries promises and demands. The editors point at the design of living by ...
  • Seiten des Wohnens 

    Nierhaus, Irene (2018)
    Living magazines are a medium that has developed into an independent genre since the 19th century and assumed a key role in the creation of living and perceptions on living. They are ideals narrating which sides of living ...
  • "Ist das nicht schon Krieg?" 

    Weirauch, Sebastian (2018)
    Since her early works Elfriede Jelinek has been heavily influenced by the political and cultural movements around 1968. Especially her views on Feminism, Criticism and Media Analysis reflect marxian and early poststructuralist ...
  • Zwischen Prager Frühling und Dissidententum 

    Korowin, Elena (2018)
    What did the year 1968 mean for the Soviet Union? It was mainly the end of the Khrushchev Thawperiod that found its expression in the Prague Springand the dissident movement. There are tendencies to compare this fateful ...
  • Körperkunst bewegter Bilder 

    Proksch-Weilguni, Stefanie (2018)
    Maria Lassnig’s and Carolee Schneemann’s films show how they expanded their artistic practices from painting to experimental and animation film. Part of the feminist art movement of the 1970s and the filmmakers ...
  • How Does the 1970s Feminist Art Matter? 

    Kiani, Sarah (2018)
    Der Artikel untersucht die Verbindungen zwischen drei Filmen prominenter Künstlerinnen in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren und der feministischen Bewegung der 1970er Jahre. Die erste Arbeit, Chantal Akermanns Film Jeanne ...
  • "Man There Ain't No Film in That Shit." 

    Jutz, Gabriele (2017)
    Pixelvision der Firma Fisher-Prize war als explizites low-tech-Videosystem für Kinder konzipiert, bevor die amerikanische Künstlerin Sadie Benning Ende der 1980er Jahre ihren ersten Videofilm mit der PXL-2000 (so der ...
  • Noise, Agency, and the Sound of Obsolete Technology 

    Birtwistle, Andy (2017)
    In a recently published collection on materiality in art Petra Lange-Berndt asks, “what does it mean to give agency to the material, to follow the material and to act with the material” (2015:13). My article attempts to ...
  • Archival Romances 

    Marks, Laura U. (2017)
    Images have a life cycle that is material, social, and imaginative. Their trajectories are especially evident in the work of Arab media artists. Like others in places where official image archives are difficult to access, ...
  • Questions & Answers : New Materialism, Old Media 

    Hofer, Kristina Pia; Stockburger, Axel (2017)
    Im this dialog, Axel Stockburger and Kristina Pia Hofer discuss how objects as subjects to changes by way of discoursive shifts may shift their weight, and how queer_feminist discourses on materialism intersect with those ...
  • Candy Perfume Girl 

    Pausé, Cat (2017)
    Fat bodies have long been used for the purposes of entertainment. But unlike their negative presentations in circuses and seaside attractions, members of the fat activist community are embracing ways to show positive ...
  • “I Wanna Be Fat” 

    Kindinger, Evangelia (2017)
    American reality TV has for a long time staged fat bodies in exaggerated and voyeuristic ways. The aim of such programs is to tell cautionary tales about the supposedly disastrous effects of fatness for the individual and ...
  • Staring Back 

    Auz, Lucienne (2017)
    In 2010, Memphis-based artist Haley Morris-Cafiero set out on a global photographic project entitled Wait Watchers (2010-2015), a series of self-portraits that explore the issue of body shaming. Within these works ...
  • Who Are You Calling Fat? 

    Lockard, Brittany (2017)
    Jenny Saville’s early paintings of fat, female nudes, as exemplified by Plan (1993) and Propped (1992) achieved an almost instant notoriety, in part due to the openly feminist intentions Saville claimed for her otherwise ...
  • Gab es doch einen Tomatenwurf der Kunsthistorikerinnen? 

    Zimmermann, Anja (2018)
    The article explores the interdependencies between feminist in art history in Germany and the political and social upheavels around 1968. It lays its focus on the fact that the theoretical debates initiated by feminist ...
  • The Faces of Fatness in Early Modern Europe 

    Benninga, Sara (2017)
    Since the beginning of Christianity the body, and lack of control over it, were perceived as a site of sin. St. Augustine, for example, struggled with the temptations of the senses, seeking control of his mind over the ...
  • "A Scandal for Thought" 

    Hölzl, Julia (2017)
    How to think beyond the either-or without thinking a third? How to think beyond (the) beyond? How to think neither the one, nor the other, but to think (from) somewhere else? How, then, to think an outside, how to think ...
  • Notationen aus Zorn 

    Palme, Pia (2017)
    This auto-ethnography explores wrath as a material and inspiration for my compositional practice, drawing on Donald W. Winnicott’s conception of a third space as an intermediary between the individual and the surrounding ...
  • Glanz. Zur Diffraktion des Spiegels 

    Köppert, Katrin (2017)
    Based on close readings of the visual album Lemonade by Beyoncé and the music video Two Weeks by FKA twigs this paper examines shining, as the potential to diffract a mirror, as the medium that holds deep significance for ...

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