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Manifesta Journal Series 3
MJ#13 Fungus in the Contemporary
Manifesta Journal is pleased to announce the launch of its third series.
The format of Manifesta Journal (MJ), like the Manifesta biennial, is a
changing model. It aims to facilitate a platform for a critical analyses
into international curating and biennials in general. Every six editions,
a new editorial team from diverse areas of Europe and beyond is invited to
develop a different concept for the series, reflecting on contemporary
Europe and the world.
For the first time in MJâs history, MJ #13-18 will be available for free
online. Readers will also soon be able to order a print-on-demand issue.
After the manual for contemporary curatorship established in the first six
issues of Manifesta Journal, MJ #1â6, by Viktor Misiano and Igor Zabel,
and which continued in the series of six issues that were realized between
2009â2011 by Chief Editor Viktor Misiano, Senior Editor Nathalie
Zonnenberg and Associate Editor Filipa Ramos, the editorial work of the
Manifesta Journal for the upcoming six issues, MJ #13â18, has been
handed over to NataÅ¡a PetreÅ¡in-Bachelez as Chief Editor and Virginie
Bobin as Associate Editor.
Manifesta Journal can be regarded as a porous platform to reconsider the
meanings and the effects of curatorial practices today, focusing on urgent
(geo)political, humanistic, instigating and controversial potentialities.
The new, encompassing subtitle, âAround Curatorial Practicesâ marks
the trajectory from the previous subtitle, âJournal of Contemporary
Curatorshipâ. The preposition âaroundâ is devoted to what actually
moves subjectivities when they adopt the notion of curating as responding
to their practices, which are informed by drives, subversions, opacities,
risks, desires, beliefs and solidarities.
The editorial team wishes to reflect upon current practices of reading,
researching, publishing and curating that have been enabled by the
internet and its social technologies, all the while exploring new formats
and advocating the open circulation of knowledge through a free online and
downloadable Manifesta Journal. The texts are now published under Creative
Commons licence. Every two months, a blogger-in-residence is invited to
share his/her research in progress: reflections on, assessments of, and
reactions to a specific subject, starring Adnan Yildiz as our first
Changing Guest Editors have been invited to collaborate on one or more
issues of the series. MJ #13 is guest edited by the Manifesta 9 curatorial
team, under the guidance of CuauhtÃ©moc Medina, in collaboration with the
associate curators Katerina Gregos and Dawn Ades. MJ #14â16 will be
realized with the collaboration of Rasha Salti.
MJ#13 âFungus in the Contemporaryâ
The title for MJ #13 is a metaphor of the re-activation and
re-contextualization of the 1960s in contemporary art practices in the
form of artistic or historical notions that fictionalize, spy on, or cause
delays in the contemporary condition. The âfungiâ of neo-colonial
structures that are at work in most postcolonial regions, keep on
âstainingâ the way in which the present moment is perceived, analyzed
and doubled. It includes contributions by Dawn Ades, Magali Arriola, Sven
Augustijnen, Erick BeltrÃ¡n and Victoria Noorthoorn, Bettina Knaup and
Beatrice E. Stammer, Katerina Gregos, Miguel Lopez, CuauhtÃ©moc Medina,
Mangelos, TomÃ¡Å¡ Pospiszyl, Raqs Media Collective, Suely Rolnik and
The editorial team of Manifesta Journal is composed of:
Chief Editor: NataÅ¡a PetreÅ¡in-Bachelez, Paris
Associate Editor: Virginie Bobin, Paris
MJ#13: CuauhtÃ©moc Medina, in collaboration with the associate curators
Katerina Gregos and Dawn Ades
MJ#14-16: Rasha Salti, Beirut
Managing Editor: Lisa Mazza, London / Bolzano
Copy Editor: Shannon dâAvout, Paris
The design created by Paris based g.u.i. (Bachir Soussi-Chiadmi, Nicolas
Couturier) has given the MJ a new and fresh look.
Manifesta Journal is an initiative of the Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam,
the Netherlands, and is generously supported by the European Commission
and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sciences of the Netherlands.
In March 2012, the first of three issues (MJ #14â16) guest edited by
Rasha Salti will be released. These three issues are about âpolitics of
time,â in which the editorial team approaches time and art, memory and
subjectivity, in relation to the ways that late capitalist and other
societies of the Global North and South, and regimes aside from those with
heterosexual norms usually construct and present them.
MJ Series 2: MJ #7 âThe Grammar of the Exhibitionâ, MJ #8
âCollective Curatingâ, MJ #9 âHistory in the Presentâ, MJ #10
âThe Curator as Producerâ, MJ #11 âThe Canon of Curatingâ, MJ #12
Reprint MJ Series 1: A reprint of the first series of Manifesta Journal is
available in the format of two books (MJ #1â3 and MJ #4â6).
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