documenta 12 education 2

Between Critical Practice and Visitor Services Results of a Research Project

Edited by Carmen Mörsch

documenta 12 education 2
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Edited by Carmen Mörsch

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375 pages | © 2009
Paper $27.00 ISBN: 9783037340820 Published June 2009
Contents
Carmen Mörsch
At a Crossroads of Four Discourses
documenta 12 Gallery Education in between Affirmation, Reproduction, Deconstruction, and Transformation
 
Deniz Sözen
The Aspect of Dance in Gallery Education
 
Alexander Henschel
Palm Groves
Gallery Education as Constitutive of a Public Sphere
 
Stephen Fürstenberg and Henrike Plegge
Gallery Education by Agreement,
or Establishing “Hazardous Bodies”
 
Hansel Sato
Performing Essentialism at documenta 12
 
Nora Landkammen
Pants Pulled Down Twice
 
Sara Hossein
This Could Get Nasty…
Playful Gallery Education for School Groups at documenta 12
 
Teresa Distelberger
Leveling the Playing Field,
or Where to Go with My Expert Role?
 
Anna Schürch
Productive Speech Moments
Reflections on Manners of Speech in Gallery Education and on What Makes Sense
 
Kea Wienand
What Am I Allowed to Say These Days?
Thoughts on a Non-normative and Non-racist Gallery Education Practice
 
Stephen Fürstenberg
On Dropping My Pants and Underpants
 
Nora Landkammer
Pitfalls/Falling Out of Roles
On Roles Prescribed for Gallery Educators, Their Gender Codification, and Potential Tactics to Navigate Them
 
Alexander Henschel
The-Impossible-Wish for Immediate Gallery Education
 
Tina Oberleitner
On Playing Back and Recording
 
Kathrin Nölle
Having a Routine-Breaking Routines-
Preserving Personal Resources
Reflections on Everyday Work in Gallery Education at documenta 12
 
Annika Hossain
The Fragment
Guiding Metaphor for Modernity and Indicator of Discursive Formations in Gallery Education
 
Silke Ballath
Does the “Migration of Form” Make Art More Accessible?
Perceptions and Assessments of documenta 12 by the Lay and Expert Public
 
Alexander Henschel
To Stand and Stand For
 
Julia Ziegenbein
Offering a View of the Gaze
The Way a Presentational Tool Presented Itself
 
Barbara Campaner
Body Attitude(s)
The Performative in the Mediation of Performance Art-Fieldwork at documenta 12
 
Sandra Ortmann
“You could have told us right away the artist is gay.”
Queer Aspects of Art and Gallery Education at documenta 12
 
Simone Wiegand
Taking a Look or Looking Away
 
Stephen Fürstenberg and Henrike Plegge
Interfaces and Missed Connections
 
Teresa Distelberger and Nora Landkammer
About How We Failed to Write a Manifesto and Why We Still Need One
 
Andrea Hubin
“And that is why we also think that the conversation has to be without words”
documenta 12 and the Rejection of Education
 
Ruth Noack
Exhibition as Medium
Exhibition at documenta 12
 
María do Mar Castro Varela and Nikita Dhawan
Breaking the Rules
Education and Post-colonialism
 
Glossary
Artwork Descriptions
Selected Bibliography
Authors
Photograph Credits
Acknowledgments
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