In Walter Benjamin’s understanding, the use of allegory is
typical of Baroque Art: Man acknowledges his guilty passion for this world in the moment of its decay.

Towards a New Art Criticism From Latin America

Autonomy and Negation in Theodor W. Adorno

The current crisis of democracy is the conjunction of a state of affairs that cannot and doesn’t want to change.

Stratigraphische Bilder. Neue Ästhetiken der Montage?

How can we break the ahistoric informatic screens in the laboratories and camps of this world that take away the eyes and parts of the bodies today as we‘re governed by opaque oceans of data?

Die Währung des Wortes

Distanzierung, ihr Ergebnis, legt nicht nur den objektiven Charakter des Kunstwerks frei.

It is necessary to promote and ensure the democratic “distribution of the sensible”.

Stimme und Verfremdung am Theater

Haven’t We Always Been Precarious?

Repetition is not different to the pathos of a “creative destruction”.

To Much Future/To Much Time

One of the tasks of art criticism is 
to make evident the discursive qualities of artistic creation.

Governmental Precarization

The power of a cultural production resides not in its ability to immediately modify the present, but in its capacity to influence the future.

Wie prägen die technischen Interfaces unseren Blick?

The cybernetic dream of Norbert Wiener is nearly coming true.

Die Welt zu Gast im Teutoburger Wald

Aesthetics: And Smooth and Striated Space, 572-82.


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