Issue #32, 2009
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Claire Bishop:
A rehearsal for revolution? Three Accounts of Politicised Spectatorship

Bertolt Brecht:
On Modern Theater

Augusto Boal:
Theater of the Oppressed

Jacques Rancière:
The Emancipated Spectator

Antoni Muntadas:
Stadium: Homage to the Audience

Iris Dressler:
What is a Stadium? And where does it take Place?

Ciprian Mureșan:
Alfred Hitchcock’s Birds, by Dénes Miklósi and Szilárd Miklós

Maja and Reuben Fowkes:
Silence on the Factory Floor

November Paynter:
The bold and poignant palette of Gülsün Karamustafa

Cezary Polak, Anda Rottenberg, Tomasz Stawiszynski, Stach Szablowski:
STADIUM X: Live Art Projects in a Communist Ruin, a Reader and its Various Contexts

Tobi Maier:
Are public outings the ultimate democratic affairs? Democracies in Recent Video Work by Artur Zmijewski

Bogdan Ghiu:
Constituent art, making precariousness positive, reinventing labor

Elena Crippa:
On curating the mythology of one’s work

Mihaela Varzari:
Congo meets the West in fantasy

An Interview with Dan Mihălțianu Realized by Horea Avram:
Plaques Tournantes: Spinning Movements, Traveling Concepts, Revolving Ideas

Olivia Plender:
Set Sail for the Levant

Ovidiu Țichindeleanu:
Argument: The Presence of Football

Horst Bredekamp:
Football As The Last Total Art (1982)

Peter Sloterdijk:
To Play With That Which Plays With Us. About the Physical and Metaphysical Origins of Sport between Greek Stadium and Roman Arena

Ovidiu Țichindeleanu:
Football As Nucleus of The Public Sphere

Marius Babias:
New Leading Edge of Culture

Bogdan Ghiu:
The Football-World – Common Object

Alexandru Polgár:
Break Their Haughty Power: Prefatory Note to Four Essays by Loren Goldner on the World Capitalist Crisis

Loren Goldner:
Conjuncture: World Capitalism Since the Collapse of the Bretton Woods System [1976]

Loren Goldner:
International Liquidity Crisis and Class Struggle – First Approximation [1998]

Loren Goldner:
Fictitious Capital, Real Retrogression [2002]

Loren Goldner:
The Biggest ’October Surprise’ of All: A World Capitalist Crash [2008]