No. 21 / Autumn 2009


Me and My Ass Pony

Yet another deletion. By Fritz Ostermayer

Artist's Favourites

By Jiří Kovanda: Kirsten Pieroth, Nina Beier & Marie Lund, Alena Kotzmannová, Eva Kotátková, Markéta Othová


The philosopher Jacques Rancière on the emancipation of the viewer, leisure, and good art critics. By Christian Kobald & Richard Steurer


or things, that try to make life better

Curator's Key

Yilmaz Dziewior on Andrea Fraser’s Performance »Museum Highlights: A Gallery Talk from 1989«


Tulips & Roses, Vilnius. By Valentinas Klimašauskas


Giovanni Carmine, the director of the Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, is among one of the most interesting figures on the young curating scene.

Portrait Christopher Williams

Liberation from individuality. On the conceptual photography of the American artist. By Simon Baier

Portrait Franz Erhard Walther

The inclusion of the observer in the piece. An artist talk with Andreas Reiter Raabe

Portrait Luisa Kasalicky

Props from a bygone aesthetic world. An interview by Rita Vitorelli


Playing a Building: Sarah Lowndes on two performance projects from David Byrne and Cerith Wyn Evans & Throbbing Gristle


In praise of Amateurism. Joachim Bessing on fashion blogs


The In and Out Game. Virginia Dellenbaugh on stage exits


The wild years are over, now it is all about professionalization. By Barbara Buchmaier & Hans-Jürgen Hafner


By Ricky Renier, Peter Pakesch, Michele D'Aurizio, Dorothea Apovnik, José Scaglione


Venice Biennale; Jean-Luc Moulène, Paris; Antony Gormley, London; Anna Meyer, Vienna; Manuel Gorkiewicz, Vienna; Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Vienna; See this Sound, Linz; Rirkrit Tiravanija, Berlin; Monika Sosnowska, Berlin; David Levine, Berlin; Stadtstaat – Szenario für das Verbinden von Städten, Stuttgart; Danh Vo, Basel; Little Theatre of Gestures, Basel; Sequelism, Part 3: Possible, Probable or Preferable Futures, Bristol; Larry Johnson, Los Angeles.