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Intersubjectivity, Volume 2: Scripting the Human

Intersubjectivity, Volume 2: Scripting the Human

Current price: $22.00
Publication Date: June 18th, 2019
Publisher:
Sternberg Press
ISBN:
9783956794346
Pages:
160
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Description

Intersubjectivity considered as both historical phenomenon and nascent mode of present-day relation.

This collection of essays considers the relationship between performance, subjectivity, and human agency. Encompassing both historical and speculative perspectives, this book explores the ways in which nonhuman (or trans/post-human) entities complicate notions of subjectivity and exert intersubjective pressures of their own on social, political, scientific, and philosophical discourses. Ranging from continental philosophy to more recent formulations that derive from systems theory, trans identity, and the emergent field of bot pedagogy, It approaches intersubjectivity as both historical phenomenon and nascent mode of present-day relation.

Contributions by
Anselm Franke, Avram Alpert, Boris Groys, Erika Landström, Goshka Macuga, Hannah Black, Harry Burke, Jeanne Vaccaro, Josh Kline, Lucky Dragons, Mashinka Firunts Hakopian, Natasha Stagg, Sarah Harrison, Victoria Ivanova

About the Author

Lou Cantor is a Berlin-based artists' collective founded in 2011.

Katherine Rochester is Associate Director of Curatorial Research at VIA Art Fund.

Katherine Rochester is Associate Director of Curatorial Research at VIA Art Fund.

Anselm Franke has been Head of Visual Arts and Film at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) since 2013.

Lou Cantor is a Berlin-based artists' collective founded in 2011.

Boris Groys is an art critic, media theorist, and philosopher. He is Global Distinguished Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies at New York University and Professor of Philosophy at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. He is the author of Art Power, History Becomes Form: Moscow Conceptualism (both published by the MIT Press), and other books.

Lou Cantor is a Berlin-based artists' collective founded in 2011.

Katherine Rochester is Associate Director of Curatorial Research at VIA Art Fund.

Natasha Stagg is the author of Surveys: A Novel (Semiotext(e)). Her work has appeared in Artforum, Bookforum, Texte Zur Kunstn+1Spike ArtFlash ArtDazedVVice032c, and other publications.

Lou Cantor is a Berlin-based artists' collective founded in 2011.