FrÃ¥gan om klasssamhÃ¤llet mÃ¥ i vissas Ã¶ron lÃ¥ta alldeles fÃ¶r dammigt, men jag tÃ¤nkte damma av det hela lite grand.
Here comes the manuscript of Eric Alliez lecture performance during the summer academy in Frankfurt. The text is work in progress, the video recording of the lecture can be downloaded as well.
In respect of "Effects Causing Causes" I would like to submit Jacques RanciÃ¨re's ELEVEN THESES ON POLITICS, where I would especially like to underline the 9th theses, which I consider to bring together some of the resistances the academy has been working on the first two days: "The essential work of politics is the configuration of its own space. It is to get the world of its subjects and its operations to be seen. The essence of politics is the manifestation of dissensus, as the presence of two worlds in a single one."
This text had been written by Eric Alliez directly in English for the Symposium TransArt IV,"Theorie und Praxis des organlosen Koerpers" (Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste, Wien, 8-10 november 2001) and published in E. Alliez, E. von Samsonow (Hg.), Biographien des organlosen Koerpers, Wien, Turia + Kant, 2003, p. 11-29. This is the forth volume of the TransArt Series edited by Eric Alliez and Elisabeth von Samsonow.
A text written by D. N. Rodowick
This text by Bojana Kunst was first published in Maska, Magazine for Contemporary Performing Arts, January, 2003.
Brian Holmes writes about Bureau dâ€™etudes and Multiplicity
Voice, Vision, and the Prosthetic Subject in Dancer in the Dark. A text by Cary Wolfe
E-mail interview with Brian Holmes
Or: Why smash the state when your neighborhood theme park is so much closer? A text by Brian Holmes