27. Sep, 2021 6 pm
»The Politics of Enunciation: Forms of We«


PETER OSBORNE | »If the subject of politics is always a ›we‹, what does that tell us about the limits of political collectivity? How do the collectivity of artists and the collectivity of the artwork itself fit into this picture?«
Peter Osborne is Professor of Modern European Philosophy and Director of the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), Kingston University London. He has held Visiting International Chairs in the Philosophy Department at the University of Paris 8 (2014, 2019), the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm (2015) and Yale University School of Art (2017). Osborne has contributed to a range of international journals (including Afterall, Artforum, Art History, Cultural Studies, New German Critique, New Left Review, October, Telos, Texte zur Kunst) and catalogues for art institutions (including Manifesta 5, Tate Modern, Biennale of Sydney, Walker Art Center Minneapolis, Office of Contemporary Art Norway, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design Oslo, Reina Sofia Madrid, MMK Frankfurt). He was co-curator of the Norwegian Representation at the Venice Biennale 2011. From 1983 to 2016 he was an editor of the British journal Radical Philosophy. His books include The Politics of Time: Modernity and Avant-Garde (1995; 2011), Philosophy in Cultural Theory (2000), Conceptual Art (2002), Marx(2004), Anywhere or Not at All: Philosophy of Contemporary Art (2013) and The Postconceptual Condition (2018). His next book, Crisis as Form, is forthcoming in 2022.
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