Sway Uncertainly III – Paradoxes of Speculation

First broadcast: Mon 01.12.2014, 11.06 Uhr MEZ
Rerun: Wed 17.12.2014, 21.00 Uhr MEZ
A Broadcast in collaboration with: Marina Vishmidt

In the BÜCHS’N’RADIO-broadcast in December you can listen to a lecture by Marina VISHMIDT. The lecture was given on May 06, 2014 at Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen in the context of the scenic Discussion Sway Uncertainly. An event within the framework of the project The Paradox of the Speculative by Marcel Dickhage & Cathleen Schuster.

Marina Vishmidt is an author and critic currently living in London, whose work is concerned primarily with questions of art, work, materiality, feminism and formal value. Her interest focuses on the relationship between artistic practice and its conditions, and the forms of subjectivity produced there. She recently gained her doctorate at Queen Mary University of London, writing on Speculation as a Mode of Production in Art and Capital. She regularly writes contributions to catalogues, anthologies, journals and magazines such as Mute, Afterall, Parkett and Texte zur Kunst. She also takes part in the group projects Unemployed Cinema and Cinenova. Together with Kerstin Stakemeier, she is currently writing a book on the politics of autonomy and reproduction in art.

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Marina Vishmidt is a London-based writer occupied mainly with questions around art, labor and value. She is the author of Speculation as a Mode of Production (Brill, early 2016) and A for Autonomy (with Kerstin Stakemeier) (Textem, 2015). She also works regularly with Anthony Iles and with Melanie Gilligan. She collaborates with artists and contributes to journals such as Mute, Afterall, Texte zur Kunst, and the South Atlantic Quarterly, as well as co-/edited collections and catalogs,most recently Anguish Language (Archive Books, forthcoming). She is part of the Theory faculty at the Dutch Art Institute, a visiting lecturer at Middlesex University and the University of Brighton, and has taught at the University of the Arts in Berlin, Central Saint Martins, and Goldsmiths.