Marion von Osten: Once We Were Artists
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A BAK Critical Reader in Artists' Practice
Featuring contributions by artists and theorists such as Kader Attia, Diedrich Diederichsen, Tom Holert, Isabell Lorey and Brian Kuan Wood, Marion von Osten: Once We Were Artists offers a critical mapping of the work of Marion von Osten (born 1963). Von Osten and her work sit between several disciplinary boundaries. Based in Berlin and Vienna, Von Osten is an artist as much as a curator, an organizer-facilitator as much as a theorist and a teacher as much as an editor (at e-flux journal, among others). This book charts her versatile and thus far under-analyzed work and methodology.
The reader anthologizes commissioned essays and three in-depth conversations on various aspects and fields of von Osten’s holistic practice revolving around issues of feminism, economic theory, education and postcolonialism.
Paperback, 4.5" x 6.5" / 320 pgs