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The Fall
of the
Studio
Artists at Work
Wouter Davidts & Kim Paice








A
Abramović,
Marina
Acconci, Vito
Adams, Ansel
Anderson,
Margaret
Ando, Tadao
Andre, Carl
Armajani, Siah
Arp, Hans
(or Jean)
Asher, Michael
Avedon, Richard

B
Baldessari, John
Balzac, Honoréde
Barney, Matthew
Barrette, Bill
Barthes, Roland
Beaton, Cecil
Beauvoir,
Simonede
Behmann,
Sebastian
Bersani, Leo
Beuys, Joseph
Blanchot, Maurice
Bochner, Mel
Bouchard, Henri
Bourdelle,
Emile Antoine
Bourke-White,
Margaret
Brancusi,
Constantin
Brassaï
Broodthaers,
Marcel
Burden, Chris
Buren, Daniel
Burn, Ian,
Butler, Judith

C
Cage, John
Camus, Albert
Castelli, Leo
Cézanne, Paul
Chandler, John
Chirico, Giorgiode
Cock, Jan de
Cranmer, Dana

D
Davidts, Wouter
Dean, Tacita
Demand, Thomas
Denes, Agnes
Despiau, Charles
Doesburg,
Theo van
Duchamp, Marcel
Duthuit, Georges
Dutoit, Ulysse

E
Eesteren, Corvan
Ehrenzweig,
Anton
Einstein, Albert
Eliasson, Olafur
Ernst, Max

F
Forti, Simone
Fried, Michael
Friedman, Martin,
Fuller, Buckminster

G
Galatea
Gates, Bill
Geldzahler,
Henry
Gelshorn, Julia
Genet, Jean
Giacometti,
Alberto
Goodman, Marian
Graham, Dan
Graw, Isabelle
Greenberg,
Clement
Groskinsky,
Harry
Guggenheim,
Peggy
Gussin, Graham

H
Haacke, Hans
Haeckel, Ernst
Hardt, Michael
Heizer, Michael
Hepburn, Audrey
Hepworth,
Barbara
Hesse, Eva
Hitchcock, Alfred
Hughes, Robert

I

J
Johns, Jasper
Jonas, Gilbert
Jones, Amelia,
Jones,
Caroline A.
Judd, Donald

K
Kaprow, Allan
Kippenberger,
Martin
Klein, Yves
Kooning,
Willem de
Kozloff, Max
Kracauer, Siegfried
Kramer, Hilton
Krauss,
Rosalind E.

L
Landshoff,
Hermann
Laurens, Henri
Leider, Philip
LeWitt, Sol
Lippard,
Lucy R.
Loy, Mina

M
Mahoudeau
Maillol, Aristide
Malanga, Gerald
Manet, Edouard
Manzoni, Piero
Marks, MaryJo
Matisse, Henri
McCarthy, Paul
Merleau-Ponty,
Maurice
Mertens, Charles
Meyer, James
Meyer, Ursula
Meyer-Hermann,
Eva
Michelson, Annette
Moore, Henry
Morris, Robert

N
Namuth, Hans
Nauman, Bruce
Negri, Antonio
Nelson, Mike
Newman, Barnett
Novak, Kim

O
Oldenburg, Claes
Oppenheim,
Dennis
Ovid

P
Paice, Kim
Parker, Peter
Parreno, Philippe
Perreault, John
Piano, Renzo
Picasso, Pablo
Pollock, Jackson

Q

R
Rainer, Yvonne
Rateau
Reinhardt, Ad
Rhoades, Jason
Rietveld, Gerrit
Rilke,
Rainer Maria
Rodin, Auguste
Rose, Barbara
Rosenberg,
Harold
Rosenzweig,
Phyllis
Rothko, Mark
Ryman, Robert

S
Sans, Jérôme
Scarry, Richard
Schapiro, Meyer
Schneeman,
Carolee
Schneider,
Gregor
Schwitters, Kurt
Sedgwick, Edie
Serra, Richard
Skinner,
Burrhus Frederic
Smithson, Robert
Spacks, Patricia
Spiderman
Starling, Simon
Steichen, Edward
Steinberg, Leo
Stella, Frank
Stewart, James
Still, Clyfford
Superman
Swenson, Kirsten

T
Takahashi,
Tomoko
Thek, Paul
Thomas, Morgan
Tiravanija, Rirkrit
Twiggy
Tzara, Tristan

U
Ursprung, Philip

V
Vantongerloo,
Georges
Velvet
Underground,
The
Vidler, Anthony
Vollmer, Ruth

W
Wagner,
Anne M.
Warhol, Andy
Weegee
(a.k.a. Fellig,
Arthur)
Weibel, Peter
Weiner, Lawrence
Wood, Jon

X

Y

Z
Žižek, Slavoj
Zola, Emile

Locating
the
Producers
Durational Approaches to Public Art
Paul O’Neill & Claire Doherty








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2012 Architects

A
aaa architects
Aagaard
Andersen,
Jeppe
Åbäke
Abdalla, Khalid
Abdu’Allah, Faisal
Abdul Azis Rasjid
Acconci, Vito
Adams, Dennis
Addams, Jane
Aksenova, Yulia
Alkemade, Lobke
Althusser, Louis
Alwan, Ashkal
Anand, Shaina
Ansiau, Maxime
Aramendi, Sol
Aristotle
Asher, Michael
Atelier Dutch
Atelier
Kempe Thill
Atelier
van Lieshout
Atwell, Karen

B
Bacon, Francis
Bakhtin, Mikhail
Bakker, Johan
Balfert, Kenneth
Ban, Shigeru
Banks, Jonathan
Bascon
Bauman, Irena
BAVO
Bayly, Simon
Beardsley,
Monroe
Bech, Marianne
Bendaly Family
Benjamin, Maria
Bergen,
André van
Bergendal,
Kerstin
Bergson, Henri
Beumer, Ilse
Beuys, Joseph
Bhangar, Sanjay
BIG
Bik, Liesbeth
Bille, Jan
Birch, Jesse
Bishop, Claire
Black, Sara
Blair, Tony
Blaney, Elizabeth
Bloemendaal,
Annelies
Blom, Ellen
Blom, Marah
Bock, John
Böhm, Kathrin
Bojadzijev, Manuela
Bokyoung Ju
Boltanski,
Christian
Bonder, Astrid
Bonvicini, Monica
Böthlingk, Eduard
Bourriaud,
Nicolas
Boyce, Sonia
Braak,
Kevin van
Brackman, Yvette
Bradley, Will
Brandt Dam, Erik
Broersen, Persian
Bronstein, Pablo
Brouwer, Michiel
Brouwn, Stanley
Bruckmeier,
Christine
Bruening, Olaf
Buchanan, Paul
Buiten,
Mike van
Bürger, Peter
Butler, Brad
Büttner, Claudia

C
Calderon, Natalia
Callon, Michel
Calovski, Yane
CAMP
Cerpac, Roé
Chan, Howard
Charles, Prince
Cheikh ‘Papa’
Sakho
Cherinet, Loulou
Chodzko, Adam
Christiansen,
Michael
Clarke, Gill
Coates, Marcus
Colenbrander,
Bernard
Colin, Anna
Corbalán,
Mauricio
Cresswell, Tim
Cross, David
Crow, Thomas
Cumberlidge,
Clare

D
Davies, Bryan
Davies, Laura
Deleu, Luc
Deller, Jeremy
Demeester, Ann
Descartes, René
Diesfeldt, Carlijn
Dijkman,
Marjolein
Dirven, Monique
Dobricic, Igor
Doherty, Claire
Dölle, Mariette
Dorte Mandrup
Arkitekter
Dros, Maartje
Dzokic, Ana

E
Eerdt,
Marthe van
Egemeose, Claus
Eipeldauer,
Claudia
Engel, Nathalie
Ernkvist, Päivi
Esche, Charles
Essen, Esra
Eun Hyung Kim
Exilhäuser
Architects

F
Farrar, Sarah
Feenstra, Wapke
Feyerabend, Paul
Fishkin &
Leiderman
Flinterman, Koos
Fraek, Freddy
Fraser, Andrea
Friedman, Milton
Friedman, Yona
Frieling, Gijs
Fritz, Darko
Fruergaard,
Marianne

G
Galfione, Martial
Galileo Galilei
Garcia, Pablo
GeeHyun Lee
Gestel,
Tom van
Geuze, Adriaan
Gibbs, Ella
Gleeson, Dick
Gogh,
Vincent van
Goldsworthy,
Andy
Gonzalez-
Foerster,
Dominique
Googoosh
Gor, Judith
Graham, Janna
Grootens, Joost
Grosfeld, Govert
Grunsven,
Jan van
Guala, Francesco
Guerrero, Inti
Guthrie, Karen

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Haar, Sharon
Hansen, Stig V.S.
HAP
Haq, Nav
Harbroe, Dorthe
Harris, Richard
Hartoog,
Irene den
Hartzog, Paul
Harvey, David
Hashemi-Nezhad,
Bahbak
Hayton, Jason
Heesen, Bernard
Heeswijk,
Jeanne van
Hefuna, Susan
Heizer, Michael
Hendriks, Berend
Hernandez,
Gabriela
Heynsbergen,
Floris van
Hiwa K
Hoflich, Ruth
Hogeweg, Linda
Holcombe, James
Holgaard, Martin
Holst Henckel,
Peter
Holub, Barbara
Hope, Sophie
Hosni, Suad
Houellebecq,
Michel
Hudson, Alistair
Hulskamp, Ivo
Hunt, Steven
Huygens,
Christiaan

I
Iacovoni, Alberto
Innis,
Harold A.
Islam, Runa
Israel, Hester

J
Jacobi, Frans
Jacobs, Nanou
Jakobsen, Jakob
Jameson, Fredric
Jan Gehl
Architects
Janssen, Bart
Janssens, Felix
Januskeviciuté,
Virginija
Jenseen +
Jørgensen +
Wohlfeldt
Ji Tang
JJW Arkitekter
Johansen,
Frithioff
Jones, Chris
Joosting, Ed
Joreige, Lamia
Jørgensen,
Marianne
Juhl, Peter

K
Kahlo, Frida
Kai Oi Jay Yung
Kai-Hsing Huang
Kaldor, Mary
Kalkin, Adam
Kane, Alan
Karreman, Tanja
Kaspori, Dennis
Kayan, Zeynep
Keller, Dagmar
Kester, Grant
Keulen,
Peter van
Khalaf, Amal
Kift, Kibbo
Kim Utzon
Architects
Kjørup, Søren
Klein, Naomi
Klingsey, Paul
Knulst, Marinus
Koek, Nicoline
Kolding, Jacob
Koolhaas, Teun
Korteknie, Rien
Korvinus, Wim
Krasny, Elke
Kuenzli, Peter

L
Lacy, Suzanne
Lampe, Henk
Lancel, Karen
Landskab, Torben
Schønherr
Landzbergas,
Zilvinas
Lang, Andreas
Langberg, Peter
Larsen, Jørgen
Carlo
Larsson, Ólafur
Arno
Lash, Scott
Latour, Bruno
Le Clerc
Leblon, Guillaume
Lefebvre, Henri
Lei Wu
Lénárd, Ilona
Lenglet, Lucas
Lieshout,
Eric van
Ligro Light
Lin, Maya
Livingston, Ken
Lombarts, François
Long, Richard
Lookeren-
Campagne,
Marian van
Lovely, Ferdous
Lovink, Geert
Luijters,
Rudy J.
Lukas, Margit

M
m7red
Maasland,
Marianne
MacCannell,
Dean
Mahabiersing,
Usha
Maman, Yossi
Mandrup-
Poulsen, Dorte
Martin, Stewart
Marx, Karl
Mary Jane Jacob
Maters, Bas
Matta-Clark,
Gordon
Maurer United
McCrory, Sarah
Meese, Jonathan
Meus, Ingrid
Meyer, James
Meyer-Faje,
Tillman
Miao Xiaoqiu
Milohnic &
Paschke
Mirza, Karen
Miwon Kwon
Møller, Mogens
Møller, Ole
Möring, Marcel
Mouffe, Chantal
Mulder, Bertus
Mulder, Martin
Mulders, Anouk
Müller, Claudia
Müller, Julia
Munck
Mortier, Evelien de
Muniesa, Fabian
Musgrave, Lucy
Muskets, Helena

N
Nagbøl, Søren
Nash, David
Neelen, Mark
Negri, Antonio
Neilson, Brett
Newton, Isaac
Nielsen,
Tone O.
no.w.here
Nørgaard, Bjørn
Norman, Nils

O
O’Neill, Paul
Obrist,
Hans Ulrich
Offeh, Harold
Olsen, Ib Asger
Oosterhuis, Kas
Ophuis, Hans
Orgacom
Osterholt, Wouter

P
Paes Leão,
Daniela
Paggett, Taisha
Papakyriakou,
Christina
Paraponaris,
Hervé
Parmenides
Payne, Antonia
Pérez de Siles de Castro, Libya
Perkins, Elliot
Pernice, Manfred
Petersen, Vibeke
Peyton-Jones,
Julia
Pietroiusti,
Cesare
Plant, Amy
Plato
Plender, Olivia
Pompe, Caroline
Pol,
Bik van der
Pope, Nina
Popper, Karl
Portheine, Paul
Potter, Beatrix

Q

R
Racké, Quinine
Rajakovics, Paul
Recarens, Tere
Rechmaoui,
Marwan
Reemst,
Chantana
Rendell, Jane
Rhine, Dont
Rice, Julia
Ridgway, Renée
Riegl, Alois
Rinaldi, Aldo
Rivera, Diego
Roed Olesen,
Lene
Rogge, Cornelius
Roovers, Igor
Roseboom, Inge
Rosenfeld, Elske
Rossiter, Ned
Roth, Daniel
Rubbens, Menno
Ruge, Ane Mette
Ruskin, John
Russel, Silvia
Russell, Ken
Ryan, Zoe

S
Sacramento,
Nuno
Sadler, Ben
Sakir, Esra
Sala, Anri
Sánchez Castillo,
Fernando
Sande,
Brigitte van der
Sander, Katya
Sandqvist,
Gertrud
Sarkis
Sarraceno,
Tomas
Saunders, Todd
Schlaeger, Bjørn
Schnitt, Corinne
Scholz, Trebor
Schønherr,
Torben
Schül,
Jonas Maria
Schultz
Jørgensen,
Peter
Schwitters, Kurt
Sember, Robert
Serra, Richard
Shawky, Wael
Sheikh, Simon
Shønherr
Landskab,
Torben
Siebers, Johan
Sierra, Santiago
Siu King Chung
Slager, Henk
Smithson, Robert
Sleende Varies,
Mie van de
Solomon, Jon
Sonsbeeck,
Sarah van
Speakman,
William
Spek,
Jo van der
Spiegl, Andreas
STEALTH.
unlimited
Stephan, Rania
Stöhrer,
Sebastian
Straat, Dennis
Struycken, Peter
Stuhlmacher,
Mechthild
Sukumaran,
Ashok
Sures, Tyler
Šušteršič,
Apolonija
Sutherland, Adam

T
Tallant, Sally
Tanis, Ivo
Teckert, Christian
Tegelaers, Theo
Terpstra, Aline
Terpstra, Anjo
Teun Koolhaas
Associates
(TKA)
Thalgott,
Christinane
Thau, Carsten
Tohme, Christine
Torroja, Pio
Trew, Cressida
Trotsky, Leon
Tsivopoulos,
Stefanos
Tuttofuocco,
Patrick

U
Ultra-red
Usha
Mahabiersing

V
Vandkunsten
Veen,
Kristy van
Vilchis, Leonardo
Virno, Paolo
Visser, Barbara
Voerman, Rob
Vos, Dorine de
Vrijen, Rob
Vuuren,
Marcel van

W
Wade, Gavin
Wagner, Silke
Wanders, Marcel
Wapenaar, Dré
Warmerdam,
Marijke van
Weeber, Carel
Weelden,
Dirk van
Weemen, Mark
Wells, William
Wesselink,
Yvonne
West Landscape
Architects
Wevers, Kees
Wieder,
Axel John
Wijk, Jan van
Wijman, Marga
Wijn, Cor
Wilfried Hou
Je Bek
Williams, Bethwyr
Wilson, Mick
Wimsott, W.K.
Winkel,
Camiel van
Winter & Hörbelt
Witter, Martin
WochenKlausur
Wordsworth,
William
Wright, Stephen

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Y
Young, Marion

Z
Zahir, Ahmad
Zanelli, Jaap
Zehle, Soenke
Zimprich, Inga
Žižek, Slavoj
Zonnenberg,
Nathalie
The
Murmuring
of the Artistic
Multitude
Global Art, Memory and Post-Fordism
Pascal Gielen








A
Abbing, Hans
Agamben, Giorgio
Alessi, Alberto
Anderson, Benedict
Andre, Carl
Appadurai, Arjun
Augé, Marc

B
Bakhtin, Mikhail
Barr, Alfred
Barry, Robert
Baselitz, Georg
Bauman, Zygmunt
Becker, Howard
Beuys, Joseph
Biesenbach, Klaus
Blum, Alan
Boltanski, Luc
Borchert, Till-Holger
Boudewijn, King
Bourdieu, Pierre
Brecht, Bertolt
Broodthaers, Marcel
Burssens, Jan

C
Carr, Edward Hallett
Castells, Manuel
Celant, Germano
Certeau,
Michel de
Chiapello, Eve
Christo
Christus, Petrus
Cladders, Johannes
Copers, Leo

D
Daalen,
Piet van
Daled, Herman
Danto, Arthur
David, Gerard
Debbaut, Jan
Decker,
Annie de
Deleuze, Gilles
Desmoulins, Camille
Dibbets, Jan
Dicks, Bella
Douglas, Mary
Dreyfus, Herbert
Duchamp, Marcel
Dujourie, Lili
Dumas, Marlene
Durkheim, Emile
Dutroux, Marc
Duve,
Thierry de

E
Elizabeth, Queen
Enwezor, Okwui
Enzensberger, Hans Magnus
Eyck, Jan van

F
Filipovic, Elena
Flaubert, Gustave
Fleck, Robert
Florida, Richard
Foucault, Michel
Fuchs, Rudi
Fyfe, Gordon

G
Geirland, Karel
Goeminne
Geys, Jef
Gilbert & George
Goffman, Erving
Gogh,
Vincent van
Gomart, Émilie
Gould, Glenn

H
Halbwachs, Maurice
Hardt, Michael
Heinich, Nathalie
Heiss, Alanna
Hennion, Antoine
Herbert, Annick
Herbert, Anton
Hetherington, Kevin
Heyrman, Hugo
Hirst, Damien
Hobbes, Thomas
Hoet, Jan
Höller, Carsten

I
Imschoot,
Jan van

J

K
Kabakov, Ilya
Kant, Immanuel
Keersmaeker, Anne
Teresa de
Keyser,
Raoul de
Kienholz, Edward
King, Larry
Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara
Koons, Jeff
Kosuth, Joseph
Kounellis, Jannis
Krauss, Rosalind
Kuhn, Annette
Kuri, Gabriel

L
Latour, Bruno
Lazzarato, Maurizio
LeWitt, Sol
Lind, Maria
Linden,
Barbara van der
Locke, Chris
Lohaus, Bernd
Louis-Philippe, Duke of Orléans
Lowenthal, David
Luhmann, Niklas

M
Macdonald, Sharon
Maffesoli, Michel
Manfredi, John
McLuhan, Marshall
Mees, Guy
Memling, Hans
Merz, Mario
Moore, Thomas
Mouffe, Chantal
Mullican, Matt
Musil, Robert

N
Nairne, Sandy
Negri, Antonio
Nora, Pierre

O
Obrist, Hans-Ulrich

P
Palermo, Blinky
Panamarenko
Pistoletto, Michelangelo
Polke, Sigmar

Q

R
Ramínez, Mari Carmen
Raveel, Roger
Richelieu, Cardinal
Rijn,
Rembrandt van
Rombouts, Guy
Rooijakkers, Gerard
Ross, Max
Ruyters, Marc

S
Sassen, Saskia
Severen, Dan van
Shotter, John
Simmel, Georg
Smet, de
Snick,
Philippe van
Spillemaeckers, Fernand
Spinoza, Baruch
Swinnen, Peter
Szeemann, Harald

T
Thévenot, Laurent
Tieghem,
Jean-Pierre van
Tönnies, Ferdinand
Tuerlinckx, Joëlle
Tuymans, Luc

U
Urry, John

V
Veken,
Jef van der
Vercruysse, Jan
Verdegem, Jos
Verhoeven, Gert
Virno, Paolo

W
Warhol, Andy
Weber, Max
White, Cynthia
White, Harrison

X

Y

Z
See it
Again,
Say it
Again
The Artist as Researcher
Janneke Wesseling








A
Aly, Marie
Archimedes

B
Ball, Hugo
Barney, Matthew
Berger, John
Beuys, Joseph
Bijsterveld, Karin
Bonin,
Cosima von

C
Cauter,
Lieven de
Campus, Peter
Cézanne, Paul
Cioran, Emile
Courbet, Gustave

D
Degas, Edgar
Deleuze, Gilles
Domela Nieuwenhuis, Ferdinand

E
Eeden,
Frederik van
Eisner, Elliot
Ekel, Fendry
El Greco
El Lissitzky, Lazar

F
Feigl, Zoro
Fry, Ben

G
Gilbert & George
Goldberg, RoseLee
Graham, Dan
Greenberg, Clement
Grimmer, Abel
Grünewald, Matthias
Guattari, Félix

H
Haacke, Hans
Hamilton Finlay, Ian
Heller, Agnes
Hesse, Eva
Hesse, Hermann
Hirschhorn, Thomas
Hoogenhuyze,
Michael van

I

J
Jung, Carl

K
Kemp, Martin
Kooning,
Willem de
Kubrick, Stanley

L
Laban, Rudolf von
Lenin, Vladimir

M
Manet, Edouard
Marquis de Sade
Michelangelo
Mondrian, Piet
Moretti, Franco
Morris, Robert

N
Nauman, Bruce
Ni Haifeng
Nietzsche, Friedrich

O

P
Pickstone, John
Plato
Pynchon, Thomas

Q

R
Rembrandt
Rietveld, Gerrit
Rose, Gillian
Ruben, Peter Paul

S
Sander, Ed
Sekula, Allan
Slothrop, Tyrone
Smithson, Robert
Snick,
Philippe van
Snow, Michael
Snyder, Zack
Souriau, Etienne

T
Talbot, William Henry Fox
Trotsky, Leon
Turrell, James

U

V
Vanvolsem, Maarten
Velázquez, Diego
Visser, Gerard

W
Wesseling, Janneke
Westgeest, Helen
Wittgenstein, Ludwig
Wouters, Job

X

Y

Z
Teaching
Art in the
Neoliberal
Realm
Realism versus Cynism
Pascal Gielen & Paul De Bruyne








A
Adam, Claus
Adorno, Theodor W.
Agamben, Giorgio
Althamer, Paweł
Arendt, Hannah
Aristotle
Austin, J.L.

B
Bach, Johann Sebastian
Balkfors Lind, Kajsa
Barba, Eugenio
Barthes, Roland
Bauman, Zygmunt
Benjamin, Walter
Berger, John
Bergson, Henri
Bethe, Hans
Beuys, Joseph
Björfors, Tilde
Björklund, Anders
Björklund, Jan
Boal, Augusto
Boomgaard, Jeroen
Bourdieu, Pierre
Braeckman, Dirk
Brahms, Johannes
Brecht, Bertolt
Bruyne,
Paul de

C
Comte, Auguste
Cordier,
Thierry de
Crusoë, Mia
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly

D
Debord, Guy
Deleuze, Gilles
Derrida, Jacques
Dewey, John
Duchamp, Marcel
Durkheim, Emile

E
Einstein, Albert
Emin, Tracy

F
Fabre, Jan
Ferrero, Walter
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb
Ford, Henri
Foucault, Michel
Freire, Paulo
Freud, Sigmund
Furedi, Frank

G
Gielen, Pascal
Giron, Quim
Gorczyca, Łukasz
Gropius, Walter
Grotowski, Jerzy
Guy, Jean-Michel

H
Habermas, Jürgen
Hansen, Oskar
Hardt, Michael
Hausner, Jerzy
Heidegger, Martin
Heise, Henriette
Hertmans, Stefan
Hillis, W. Daniel
Hirst, Damien
Holmberg, Helena

I
Itten, Johannes

J
Jakobsen, Jakob
Jarnuszkiewicz, Jerzy

K
Kaczyński, Michał
Kandinsky, Wassily
Kant, Immanuel
Keersmaeker, Anne
Teresa de
Khayati, Mustapha
Klee, Paul
Kowalski, Grzegorz
Kozyra, Katarzyna
Kreuger, Anders
Kudrycka, Barbara
Kuyken, Sigiswald

L
Laermans, Rudi
Latour, Bruno
Lauwers, Jan
Lazzarato, Maurizio
Leonardo da Vinci
Lesage, Dieter
Loos, Adolf
Lucas, George
Luhmann, Niklas

M
Marx, Karl
Masschelein, Jan
Meisner, Sanford
Monet, Claude
Moschen, Michael
Münch, Richard
Muzyczuk, Daniel

N
Nalimov, Vasily
Negri, Antonio
Nietzsche, Friedrich
Novalis

O
Olssen, Mark
Overbeek, Tessa

P
Peters,
Michael A.
Plato
Porębski, Mieczysław

Q

R
Rancière, Jacques
Rogoff, Irit

S
Sandberg, Willem
Schaerf, Eran
Schenker, Heinrich
Schlegel, Friedrich
Schrijver,
Damiaan de
Scotini, Marco
Searle, John
Sennett, Richard
Shakespeare, William
Sholette, Gregory
Simons, Maarten
Strandberg, Ole
Stanislavski, Konstantin
Stradivari, Antonio
Sun Tzu

T
T’Jonck, Pieter
Taken, Bert
Tarasewicz, Leon
Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre
Trocchi, Alex

U

V
Virno, Paolo,
Vlassova, Pelagia

W
Wasilewski, Marek
Weber, Max
Wittgenstein, Ludwig

X

Y

Z
Zhang Yu
Żmijewski, Artur

The Fall
of the
Studio
Artists at Work
Wouter Davidts & Kim Paice








A
Abstract Expressionism
Abstraction
Academicism
Action Painting
Actionism Viennese
Aestheticism / Anti- aestheticism
Alienation
Allegory
Appropriation
Architecture
Archive
Artmarket
Artificiality
Artist’s writings
Assemblage
Atelier
Audience
Authorship
Autobiography
Autonomy
Avant-garde

B
Biennial art
Biography
Body
Boredom
Bottega
Brand
Business

C
Camera
Capitalism
Carpenter
Cinema
Collaborative practice
Collage
Collector
Commodification
Conceptual art
Conceptualism
Context
Corporeality
Craftsmanship
Creativity

D
Dada
Dance
Deadpan
Dealersart
Death
Deconstruction
Dematerialization
Demystification
Demythologization
Democracy
Denkmal
Design
Deskilling
Difference
Discourse
Displacement
Distribution
Documentary

E
Earthwork art
Economy
Eroticism
Everyday
Exchange value
Executive artist
Exhibition
Experiment
Expressionism

F
Factory production
Failure
Fashion
Fashion photography
Femininity
Feminism
Film
Flâneur
Formalism
Furniture

G
Gallery
Gender
Genius
Globalisation

H
Happenings
Heroism
History
Humor

I
Iconography
Identity artistic
Idealism / Anti- idealism
Ideology
Idiosyncracy
Illusionism
Immateriallabor
In situ (Daniel Buren)
Individualism
Industry
Informaticization
Information
Installation art
Institutional critique
Institutions
Inter-disciplinarity
Interventionism
Intuition
Irony
Isolation

J

K

L
Laboratory
Landart
Landscape
Language
Leisure
Literature studio
Loft

M
Machine
Management
Manual labor
Marketing
Masculinity
Mass production
Materialism
Materiality
Media
Medium
Melancholia
Memory
Mimesis
Minimalism
Mobility
Model artist
Modelscale
Modernism
Montage
Monument
Movie
Museum
Music
Mystification
Mythologization

N
Narcissism
Neo-avantgarde
Neo-dada
Nomadism
Nostalgia

O
Objective
Office
Opticality
Origin

P
Painting
Participation
Performance
Persona of the artist
Phenomenology
Photography
Physicality
Pictorialism
Poetry
Politics
Popularculture
Portrait of the artist in the studio
Post-minimalism
Post-modernism
Post-studio
Practice
Pragmatism
Presence
Process
Process art
Production
Psychoanalysis
Public the
Publicness
Public space
Pygmalion(ism)

Q

R
Rationalism
Ready-made
Realism
Reception
Reconstruction studio
Reductive
Reflexivity
Repetition
Representation
Research
Romanticism

S
Scale
Science
Sculpture
Self-reflexivity
Self-representation
Seriality
Service
Sexuality
Site, Site / Non-site, Site Specificity
Size
Solitude
Spatiality
Spectacle
Spectator
Sport
Studiolo
Subjectivity
Sublimation, Desublimation Sublimity
Surrealism
Symbolic

T
Tactility
Technology
Television
Temporality
Theatricality

U
Urban environment
Urbanism
Utopia

V
Video
Viewer

W
Workshop
Workspace

X

Y

Z

Locating
the
Producers
Durational Approaches to Public Art
Paul O’Neill & Claire Doherty








A
Academy
Accidental person
Acculturation
Accumulation
Accumulation
of actors and actions
Accuracy
Action
Action research
Actions
Activism
Activist paradigms
Actors and agencies
Aesthetic product
Aestheticisation
Aesthetics
Affect
Affirmation
Agency
Agonistic construction
Agonistic urbanism
Aims and objectives
Alternating agency
Animated participation
Animating principles
Antagonisms
Anthropology
Appropriation
Architecture
Archival production
Archive
Archive-building
Art activism
Art and architecture
Art history
Art in the public interest
Art’s social contradictions
Art’s social relations
Articulateness
Artisanal
Art-as-research
Artist-as-researcher
Artist-as-social-agent
Artist-commissioner
Artist-curator
Artist-curatorial projects
Artistic advisor
Artistic intervention
Artistic research
Artistic workstation
Artist-in-residence
Art-labourer
Artplan
Art-site relationship
Assemblage
Assembly
Attention
Attentiveness
Audience
Audience-specific
Authentic place
Authenticity
Authorship
Autonomous art
Autonomous education
Autonomy

B
(Be)coming communities
Biennials
Blunt dichotomies
Borders of networks
Bubble economies
Built environments
Bureaucracy

C
Capacity of invention
Capitalism
Capitalist exploitation
Charismatic agency
Circulation
Citizenship
City planning
Civic art
Cognition
Cognitive counter-culture
Cohabitation
Collaboration
Collective
Collective memory
Collective subjectivity
Collectivity
Commissioner
Commissioning agency
Commissioning methodologies
Commissioning model
Communal
Communicability
Communication systems
Communicative interactions
Communicative structures
Community
Community art
Community coalition-building
Community collaborations
Community development
Community formation
Community-driven
Community-orientated
Community-responsive
Community-specific
Comparative study
Competence
Complicit
Concept
Conception
Conditions of production
Confidence
Conform
Conjunctural analysis
Connectivity
Consensus formations
Constellation
Constituency
Constituents
Construction of markets
Construction of the common
Constructive influence
Consultation
Content
Context-specific
Contradiction of a space
Contradictions of social space
Convergence
Conversational art
Conversational relationship
Conviviality
Co-production
Co-productive practice
Corporeal relations
Counter image
Creating communities
Creative practice research
Critical cultural practice
Critical historical method
Critical intellectual ambition
Critical interrogation
Critical knowledge
Critically unsighted community
Cultivation of art and place
Cultural commodity
Cultural planner
Cultural production
Culture of enterprise
Cumulative commissioning
Cumulative research processes
Curated conversations
Curatorial process
Curating
Curating-in-and-for-place
Curator
Curator-as-mediator
Curator-as-translator
Curatorial
Curatorial contrivance
Curatorial discursivity
Curatorial flexibility
Curatorial focus groups
Curatorial frames
Curatorial models
Curatorial programme
Curatorial research method
Curatorial role

D
Debate-specific
Decorative
Decorative art
Delay
Delimited duration
Dematerialisation
Dematerialised monument
Democracy
Deterioration
Deterritorialisation of site
Dialogical aesthetics
Dialogical art
Dialogical situations
Dialogically complex
Dialogue partner
Differential potential
Direct urbanism
Directing artists
Directive curatorial approach
Disciplinary
Discordant
Discursive events
Discursive framework
Discursive turn
Dispersed networks
Dispersion
Diversity
Documentation
Durational
Durational concept
Durational models
Durational process
Durational-specific art
Durational strategies
Durational structures
Durational-experiential-experiments
Dwelling

E
Economic autonomy
Economic experiments
Educational turn
Education-as-medium
Emancipatory learning
Embedded curating
Embedded process
Embedded relations
Embedded researcher
Embeddedness
Emergence
Emergent institutional forms
Encountering
Endless events
Endurance
Ensemble
Ensemble of particulars
Environmental art
Epistemic legitimacy
Epistemic nature
Epistemological mapping
Eradication
Essential needs
Ethical turn
Ethics of duration
Ethnography
Event culture
Event-based public art
Eventful exhibition moment
Events
Evidence
Evidence machines
Exemplary projects
Expansion
Experimental communities
Experimental economies
Experimental platforms
Exposure of the vernacular
External stakeholders
Extrapolation

F
Failure
Falsity
Fetishism of the short-lived
Fetishism of time spent
Firm
Fledgling communities
Flexibility
Flexible organisational forms
Flow
Folk archive
Folk culture
Force of hegemony
Formation
Forming communities
Foundational epistemological territory
Fragmentation
Fragmented institution
Frames of interaction
Free cinema movement
Functionality
Funding
Future
Future communities

G
Gallery off-site programmes
Generalisability
Gesamtkunstwerk
Gesture
Ghost organisation
Global civil society

H
Habitus
Half-insider
Half-outsider
Hierarchical limits
Hierarchy
Historically situated
Histories
Holistic
Hospitality
Hosting
Humanities disciplines
Hypothesis

I
Ideals
Identity
Ideological imperatives
Ideology of duration
Impossibility of community
Immigration
Impact
Implementing meaning
Inception
Informal economies
Informants
Inimical
Insider
Insider-outsider
Instant urbanism
Institute, to
Institution
Institutional critique
Institutional empowerment
Institutional frames
Institutional structures
Institutionalisation
Institutionalised research enterprises
Instrumentalisation
Integrated art
Integrated programming
Intensive engagement
Intention
Intentional fallacy
Intentionality
Interaction
Interactivity
Interdisciplinary
Inter-institutional collaboration
Intermediate configuration
Interpellation
Interpretative truths
Interpretive research
Inter-relationality
Interrogator
Inter-subjectivity
Intervention
Invention of difference
Invitation
Irrational economies
Itinerant practice

J

K
Kinesis
Knowledge production

L
Land Art
Landscape architecture
Landscape design
Large-scale scattered-site
Lead research
Learning
Legacy
Lexicon
Liminal figure
Limits of collaboration
Live curatorial research
Lived space
Local constituency
Locale-specificity
Locality
Location
Location-responsive
Long durational effect
Long-termism

M
Management science
Marxist
Masterplanning
Material condition
Material intercourse
Material production
Materialities of investigation
Mathematical modelling
Mediation
Medium theory
Memory
Mentoring
Meta-museum
Method
Methodising
Methodological argument
Methodological paradigms
Methodologist
Methodology
Methods discourses
Migration
Mobile architecture
Mobile museum
Mobilising archives
Mobility
Modes of collectivisation
Monologue
Monumentalisation of time
Monumentality
Movement
Multidimensional
Multimodal interrogations
Multiplicity
Multiply transformative

N
Narrative generation process
Natural Philosophy
Negotiation
Neoliberalism
Network cultures
Networked model
Networked organisations
Networked publics
Network-institution nexus
New genre
New urban environments
Nexus
NGO art
Nomadic art
Non-artists
Non-communicable
Non-hierarchical
Non-representational processes

O
Old genre public art
Ongoing evented community
Ontology
Open education
Open planning
Open-ended duration
Operational concepts
Operational habits
Operational plan
Organisational models
Organisational structure
Organised network
Oscillation
Outsider
Outsourcing
Over-identification
Over-investment

P
Paradigmatic curatorial action
Parameters
Parasitic architecture
Participant
Participant-driven
Participating embedded observer
Participation
Participatory based
Participatory encounter
Participatory process
Participatory research framework
Particular
Pedagogy
Peer-to-peer network practices
People-based practice
Percent for art
Performance
Performativity
Permanence
Permanent public art
Place
Place-bound
Place-responsive
Planning system
Polemic
Policy
Political agency
Political autonomy
Political concept
Political economy of network cultures
Politics of speech acts
Polylogue
Possible studies
Post-minimalist
Post-public
Potentiality
Practice
Practice of production of the good subject
Praxis of life
Proactive agent
Procedure
Process
Processual
Producer
Production of prototypes
Production-led
Proem
Project initiator
Promoting social life
Property development
Public
Public art commissioning
Public art consultancy
Public art programming
Public dissemination
Public domain
Public engagement
Public events
Public ownership
Public sculpture
Public space
Public time
Publicness

Q

R
Radical alterity
Real historical circumstances
Reception
Recursive effect
Redistribution
Reflective process
Regeneration
Regeneration context
Relational
Relational aesthetics
Relational art
Relational context
Relational processes
Relative autonomy
Reliability
Renewal programme
Repetition
Representation
Representational procedures
Representative constituency
Reputational construction
Research
Research action
Research as archival study
Research-based
Research ethos
Research facilities
Research lexicons
Research models
Research moment
Research paradigms
Research participants
Research structures
Research tools
Residential model
Resistance
Re-situate, to
Resource space
Responsive commissioning process
Review committee
Rhetoric of vanguardism
Rhetorical strategies
Rituals
Roundabouts
Rural

S
Scattered sites
Scenario
Schools
Science
‘Scientific method’
Sculpture
Sculpture park
Sculpture trail
Selection panel
Self-commissioning
Self-organisation
Self-portraiture
Self-reflexivity
Self-representation
Semi-autonomy
Semi-embedded
Semi-functional artworks
Semi-permanent public art
Semi-public event
Semi-public space
Seriality
Shared interest
Short-term approach
Short-termism
Sited communities
Site-orientated
Site-specificity
Situation
Social
Social cohesion
Social control
Social ecology
Social effectiveness
Social engineering
Social framework
Social gatherings
Social impulse
Social interaction
Social justice
Social knowledge
Social life
Social praxis
Social problem-solving
Social process
Social system
Social turn
Social value
Sociality
Socially determined public art
Socially engaged art
Socially led practice
Socially orientated art
Societal transformation
Spatial coordinates
Spatial distributions
Spatial planning
Spatio-temporality
Spectacle
Stages
Stakeholder
Statements of method
Storytelling
Strategic innovation
Strategy
Strong version of site specificity
Subjectification process
Subjectivity
Suburbia
Success criteria
Sui generis research method
Sustainability
Sustained interrogation

T
Tactical
Technics of governance
Technologies of discipline
Technologies of invention
Temporal coordinates
Temporal experience
Temporal process
Temporal production
Temporality
Temporarily aligned communities
Temporariness
Temporary communities
Temporary discursive community
Temporary interventions
Temporary invented communities
Temporary objects
Temporary projects
Temporary public art
Temporary territories
Terminological adventurer
Thick description
Time
Time limits
Totalising
Town planning
Transculturalism
Transdisciplinary deficiency
Transfer of ownership
Transformativity
Transgression
Trans-institutional practice
Transitory
Translation
Transnational collaboration
Transversal engagement
Transversal orientations

U
Un-curated
Unintentional fallacy
Uninvited guests
Union
University
Unplanned
Urban extensions
Urban planning
Urbanisation
Useful
User group
User-participation
Use-value practices
Utilitarian
Utopian

V

W
Wage labour
Wealth generation
Working class
Workshop

X

Y

Z
The
Murmuring
of the Artistic
Multitude
Global Art, Memory and Post-Fordism
Pascal Gielen








A
A-modern
Absolute past
Agonistic
Agony
Appropriate idea
Art scene
Art institution
Artist
Artistic freedom
Artistic idea,
Artwork
Authenticity
Autosymbolization

B
Biennial / biennale
Biopolitics
Biopower

C
Ceremony
Chronological
Chronotopy
Citizen
Citizenship /
a-citizenship
Cognitive redoing
Collective conscience
Collective memory
Common
Communal
Competition
Consumer
Contre-mémoire
Creative city
Creative industry
Cultural heritage
Cultural identity market
Cultural industry
Curator
Cynicism

D
Denationalization
Dialogic imagination
Domesticity

E
Economy of experience
Event
Eventization

F
Flemish primitives
Flexible
Fordism
Freedom

G
Game
Gemeinschaft
Global
Global time
Globalization
Glocal time
Glocality
Good idea

H
Heritage
Heritage cult
Heterotopia
Hyperlink culture

I
Iconocracy
Imaginary communities
Immaterial
Immaterial labour
In-context display
In-situ display
Informal
Instantaneous time
Institution

J
Joke

K

L
Late-modern
Library culture
Linear time
Local time

M
Make-believe
Mass media
Memorial
Memorialism
Memory
Memory work
Mental mobility
Meshwork
Mirror
Mobility
Modern
Modernity
Multitude
Murmur / murmuring
Museum
Museum director

N
Nation state
Neo-Fordism
Neoliberalism
Network
Network society
Neural network
New idea
Nomad
Non-place

O
Opportunism

P
Pastness
Patrimony
Perception
Performance
Physical mobility
Politics
Post-Fordian
Post-Fordism
Post-institution
Postmodern
Post-political
Post-tourist
Potential
Premodern
Public space

Q

R
Reception
Redoing
Reflexivity
Regrounding
Relative
Relativism
Remember
Romantic artist

S
Scene
Shopping
Singular
Singularity
Slowability
Social integration
Sociology
Sociology of the senses
Space

T
Time
Tourist gaze
Transformalist
Tribalism, neotribalism
Tribe / neotribe

U
Urban intimacy
Utopia

V
Virtuosity

W
Weak passage
White cube
Work of art

X

Y

Z
See it
Again,
Say it
Again
The Artist as Researcher
Janneke Wesseling








A
Academia
Art academy
Art criticism
Art education
Art institution
Art work
Artist
Artistic

B

C
Commercialization
Community
Control
Corporate
Criticism

D
Debate
Dilettante

E
Encouragement
Entrepreneur
Evaluation
Experience
Experiment

F

G

H

I
Ideology
Institution, institutional
Interdisciplinary

J

K
Knowing
Knowledge

L
Language
Legitimization
Liberalism

M
Market economy
Method / methodology
Mimesis
Mind

N
Neo-liberalism

O
Obstruction
Open ended

P
Paradigm
Peers
Politics
Power
Practitioner
Process
Protest
Public domain

Q

R
Research

S
Science
Self education
Self empowerment
Self-criticism
Self-doubt
Strike

T
Technocracy
Thinking
Thought
Tool

U
Uncertainty
University

V

W
World

X

Y

Z
Teaching
Art in the
Neoliberal
Realm
Realism versus Cynism
Pascal Gielen & Paul De Bruyne








A
Art academy
Art and activism
Art education
Art market
Artistic practice
Artistic research
Arts management
Autonomy
Autonomy of the arts
Avant-garde

B
Bauhaus
Bologna
Bureaucracy

C
Catering regime
Cirkus cirkör
Civil space
Co-creation
Cognitive capitalism
Commercialization
Community art
Competition
Consumerism
Contemporary circus
Content-driven research
Core values
Creative industry
Creativity
Criticism
Cultural elite
Curating

D
Discovery
Dismeasure
Disobedience
Doctorate in the arts
Dogma
Doing theory
Domestic space
Drama school
Drama student
Drama teacher

E
Education policy
Efficiency
Embodied knowledge
Employment
Empowerment strategy
Entertainment
Entrepreneur-ship, Entrepre-neurial self
Excellence

F
Free time

G

H
Heterotopia
Heterochronia

I
Imagination
Immaterial modes of production
Informal
Innovation
Instrumentalism of the arts
Interesse

J

K
Knowledge economy
Knowledge production

L
Lecture,
lecture hall
Leisure industry
Life-long learning

M
Malmö art academy
Management
Market space
Market-driven thinking
Master-apprentice relationship
Mastery
Measurement
Media society

N
Naturalization
Nazarenes
Neoliberal
Neoliberalism
Neoteny
Noosphere

O

P
Parts
Performative knowledge
Politicization
Portfolio
Post-fordism
Praxis
Privatization
Profanation
Programming
Psychologization

Q
Quality
Quantum brain dynamics

R
Radical pedagogy
Recombinant theater
Rehearsal practice
Rehearsal room
Romantic
Royal college
of art

S
Scholè
School morphology
Self-consciousness
Self-managed university
Semantic field
Seminar
Serendipity
Situational production of significance
Skill
Social theory
Sociology of art
Soviet of mass intellectuality
Space of
the peers
Speculative
Starburst strategy
Subjectivism
Supplement
Suspension
Sweden

T
Technology-driven research
Theatre education
Theory of spectator knowledge
Thinking-together
Trans-active knowledge

U

V

W
Welfare state
Workshop

X

Y

Z