e-flux journal at the New York Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1

e-flux journal at the New York Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1

e-flux journal at the New York Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1
September 26, 2014

Come visit us this weekend at the New York Art Book Fair, booth N62, second floor. Books and journals brought to you by e-flux and our many wonderful contributors. Delivered by donkey.

Since 2008, e-flux has published a monthly art journal online and in print. Since 2009, we have published a series of paperback readers together with Sternberg Press. Available this weekend are five years of e-flux journal, issues 0–58, and the following books:

Jalal Toufic, Forthcoming (2014)
Martha Rosler, Culture Class (2013)
Hito Steyerl, The Wretched of the Screen (2012)
Moscow Symposium: Conceptualism Revisited (2012)
Are You Working Too Much? Post-Fordism, Precarity, and the Labor of Art (2011)
Boris Groys, Going Public (2010)
What is Contemporary Art? (2010)
e-flux journal reader 2009 (2009)
*And coming soon: The Internet Does Not Exist (2014)

“How to Hack an Abstraction: Google Warhol”
A conversation between McKenzie Wark and e-flux journal editor Brian Kuan Wood
Saturday, September 27, 1–2pm
The Classroom

For the launch of a very special October issue of e-flux journal dedicated to Elizabeth Povinelli’s “Quasi-Events,” Brian Kuan Wood sits down with McKenzie Wark to discuss how the consolidation of finance and art asks for an update to the task of what Wark has termed “the hacker class.” If we take art as an expanded notion of design, how can we then intervene into the way contemporary capitalism steals our intellectual labor under the auspices of some mythical form/content divide? And how is that impossible when, after all, I am my own money?

For further information on e-flux publications and e-flux journal contact journal [​at​] e-flux.com.

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Brian Kuan Wood is an editor of e-flux journal.

McKenzie Wark (she/her) teaches at The New School and is the author, most recently, of Raving (forthcoming in March 2023), Philosophy for Spiders (Duke, 2021), and Reverse Cowgirl (Semiotext(e), 2020).

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