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Back to Contemporary: One Contemporary Ambition, Many Worlds (1)
Viewing Copies: On the Mobility of Moving Images (1)
Is a Museum a Factory? (1)
Vigorous Flagging in the Heart of Europe: The Hungarian Homeland under the Right-Wing Regime (1)
“A Monster Was Born”: Notes on the Rebirth of the “Corrupt Intellectual” (1)
Nationalism: Persistence and Political Upkeep (1)
From the Issue of Art to the Issue of Position: The Echoes of Socialist Realism, Part I (1)
Becoming Revolutionary: On Kazimir Malevich (1)
The Whole Earth: In Conversation with Diedrich Diederichsen and Anselm Franke (1)
Editorial—‟Language and Internet” (1)
English and All That (1)
How Music Takes Place: Excerpts From “The Post-digital Manifesto” (1)
Nightmares and Screens: Notes on Two Movies (1)
The End of Neonationalism: On The Comparative Certainty of Extraterrestrial Life and its Significance for Humankind (Earth and the Solar System Sectio (1)
The Suspicious Archive: A Prejudiced Interpretation of the Interpretation of Archives, Part I (1)
Love Machines and the Tinder Bot Bildungsroman (1)
Allegories of Art, Politics, and Poetry (1)
Sexuality in a Non-Libidinal Economy (1)
National Heterologies: On the Materiality and Mediality of Flags—Mali 2013 (1)
Repetition-Compulsion: World-Historical Rhythms in Architecture (1)
Back in the USSR? (1)
The Octopus in Love (1)
Hermes on the Hudson: Notes on Media Theory after Snowden (1)
The Elegantly Strong Triad: Defamiliarizing the Family in Works by LaToya Ruby Frazier and Henrik Olesen (1)
The Truth of Art (1)
“A social and psychic revolution of almost inconceivable magnitude”: Popular Culture’s Interrupted Accelerationist Dreams (1)
Testo Junkie: Sex, Drugs, and Biopolitics (1)
Dear Navigator, Part I (1)
Dear Navigator, Part II (1)
Abysmal Plan: Waiting Until We Die and Radically Accelerated Repetitionism (1)