Kunsthaus Bregenz A r e n a publication series
From fall 2012, a series of KUB A r e n a Publications, edited by Yilmaz Dziewior and Eva Birkenstock, will be regularly accompanying exhibitions and events in the KUB Arena.    
       
       
  KAYA
Edited by Eva Birkenstock;
with texts by Boško Blagojevi?, Scott Roben, and Kerstin Stakemeier
Graphic design: HIT Berlin
German|English
approx. 340 pages
16.5 x 23.4 cm
Softcover
Date of publication: December 2016
Price: 32.– EUR
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  ART AND IDEOLOGY CRITIQUE AFTER 1989.
Edited by Eva Birkenstock, Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz, Jens Kastner, Ruth Sonderegger
Design: Hit, Berlin
The third volume in the series of KUB Arena publications gathers introductory texts, essays, and interviews on the thematic relationship between “Art and Ideology Critique After 1989.” The volume comprised purely of text aims to achieve both an autonomous contribution to ideological research as well as to sensitize readers to differing practices of critiques of ideology in the field of contemporary art. Using the “ideological-theoretical turn” (J. Rehmann) of the 1960s as its point of departure, the first part of the book, under the title “Genealogical Constellations” develops a historical-systematic approach to historical and current critiques of ideology. The second part focusing on “Temporal Diagnoses” addresses the conjunction of specific ideological-theoretical inquiries with current developments in the field of art today.
The book’s contributions derive from the seminar of the same name as well as a symposium that both took place in September 2012 under the auspices of the KUB Arena Summer Academy at Kunsthaus Bregenz in cooperation with the Institute for Art Theory and Cultural Studies of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. The volume contains contributions by Eva Birkenstock, Matthijs de Bruijne, Alice Creischer, Diedrich Diederichsen, Stephan Dillemuth, Silvia Federici, Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz, Tom Holert, Jens Kastner, Vesna Madžoski, David Mayer, Merijn Oudenampsen, Jan Rehmann, Kerstin Stakemeier, Ruth Sonderegger, and Lea Susemichel, as well as conversations with Ulrike Müller, Alberto Híjar Serrano, Ágnes Heller, and János Weiss.
German / English
415 pages
16,5 x 23,5 cm
Softcover
Price: 28.– EUR
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  ANFANG GUT. ALLES GUT.
Actualizations of the futurist opera Victory Over the Sun (1913)

Edited by Eva Birkenstock, Nina Köller, and Kerstin Stakemeier
Design: Hit, Berlin
Visual and text contributions by Katrin Bahrs, Thomas Baldischwyler, Roger Behrens, Mareike Bernien / Kerstin Schroedinger, Ruth Buchanan, Nine Budde, Robert Burghardt, Chto delat?, Natalie Czech, Jean-Pascal Flavien, Devin Fore, Kirsten Forkert, Emma Hedditch / Elizabeth Orr, Anke Hennig, Fox Hysen / Susanne M. Winterling, Oliver Jelinski, Heiko Karn / Katrin Mayer, Christiane Ketteler, Anja Kirschner / David Panos, Kasimir Malewitsch, Nicholas Matranga, Ruth May, Michaela Melián, Jan Molzberger, Avigail Moss, Andreas Müller, Harald Popp, Nikolai Punin, Johannes Paul Raether, School of Zuversicht, Schroeter und Berger, Jessica Sehrt / Jeronimo Voss, Sieg of Sonne Orakel, Amy Sillman, Tillmann Terbuyken, Tschilp, Marina Vishmidt, Peter Wächtler, Ian White
German / English 392
pages including numerous color reproductions
16.5 x 23.5 cm
Soft cover
Price: 28.– EUR
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  On Performance
Edited by Eva Birkenstock and Joerg Franzbecker
Design: Hit, Berlin
Including texts by Giles Bailey, Eva Meyer,
Marina Vishmidt
German / English
192 pages with fold-out color reproductions
16.5 x 23.5 cm
Softcover
Price: 23.– EUR
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