Sternberg Press / The Contemporary Condition

Edited by Geoff Cox and Jacob Lund, The Contemporary Condition series aims to question the formation of subjectivity and the concept of temporality in the world now. It begins from the assumption that art, with its ability to investigate the present and make meaning from it, can lead to an understanding of wider developments within culture and society. Addressing a perceived gap in existing literature, this series focuses on three broad strands: the issue of temporality, the role of contemporary media and computational technologies, and how artistic practice makes epistemic claims.

Series editor: Geoff Cox and Jacob Lund

I Can't Sleep

Lionel Ruffel

Feb 01, 2022

Whose Time Is It?

Stamatia Portanova

Feb 01, 2022

Co-existence of Times

Johanne Løgstrup

Aug 03, 2021

Exhibition-ism

Mieke Bal

Aug 03, 2021

The Last Resident

Verina Gfader

Sep 17, 2019

Hegel after Occupy

Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

Oct 02, 2018

There Is No Now

Knut Ebeling

Sep 08, 2017

Contemporary Research Intensive

Geoff Cox, Jacob Lund

Sep 08, 2017

The Delayed Present

Wolfgang Ernst

Apr 07, 2017

We Are Here, But Is It Now?

Raqs Media Collective

Apr 07, 2017

A Slow, Contemporary Violence

Jussi Parikka

Sep 02, 2016

The Contemporary Composition

Terry Smith

Sep 02, 2016

The Contemporary Condition

Geoff Cox, Jacob Lund

Sep 02, 2016