Wendelien van Oldenborgh

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When Paul Chan and Sven Lütticken proposed to gather a series of “reports” on the (mostly) recent rise of right-wing, populist movements for e-flux journal, it was immediately apparent that the urgency and complexity of the topic required its own special issue. As protests erupt throughout Europe in opposition to austerity measures being pushed through by right-wing governments and EU fiscal bodies, we are also now witnessing a phenomenon spreading throughout the Northern Hemisphere in which some of the most brazen hardline racist rhetoric emerges not only from politicians, but from the general populace as well. What is going on? ...
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In opening the book The White Possessive: Property, Power, and Indigenous Sovereignty (2015), Aileen Moreton-Robinson leads with an epigraph: “The problem with white people is they think and believe that they own everything.” In terms of a critique of the seven-centuries-long rollout and contestation of European dispossessive power, this citation is the alpha and the omega. It is incredibly hard to add anything that isn’t captured within its succinct analysis. Nevertheless, this special issue of e-flux journal goes to work amid the breadth of this statement—seeking greater insight into its truth and the counter-tactics therein through aesthetic study in particular. The essays, ...
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Tia Ciata’s Open-House: The Everyday as Stage is the  first of a new series of publications issued by Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam. Published as an accompaniment to Aprés la reprise, la prise, an exhibition of a new work by Wendelien van Oldenborgh. from 5 september to 11 October 2009 at Wilfried Lentz gallery. With this publication is a signed and numbered transcript of Wendelien van Oldenborgh’s work Aprés la reprise, la prise.

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