Low-Residency MFA Lecture with Suhail Malik
June 05, 2018
Suhail Malik is Co-Director of the MFA Fine Art, Goldsmiths, London, where he holds a Readership in Critical Studies, and was 2012-15 Visiting Faculty at CCS Bard, New York.
Malik's publications include "On the Necessity of Art's Exit From Contemporary Art" (2016); "The Ontology of Finance" in Collapse 8: Casino Real (2015); “Image – Nonimage – War” in Ekfrase (2012); “Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Participate Again— Communism, Its Recurring Nightmare” in Waking Up From the Nightmare of Participation (2011); “Why Art? The Primacy of Audience” Global Art Forum, Dubai (2011); “Screw (Down) The Debt: Neoliberalism and the Politics of Austerity” in Mute (2010); “You Are Here” for Manifesta 8 (2010) and, as co-editor, "Realism Materialism Art" (2015): "Genealogies of Speculation" (2016): "The Time-Complex. Postcontemporary" (2016), and "The Flood of Rights" (2017).
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