Sternberg Press / Visual Cultures as…

Visual culture is a cross-disciplinary site of encounter for divergent perspectives, including competing attitudes toward the ethical status and ideological functioning of the visual itself. Each volume in this series investigates a single pertinent topic: two colleagues with shared interests—and differing points of view—examine their chosen subject in a particularized and probing manner. Within the format—two essays and a conversation—contents unfold in their own way with respect to their positions, polemics, and poetics. The series is edited by Jorella Andrews, professor in the Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London.

Series editor: Jorella Andrews

Visual Cultures as World Forming

Adnan Madani, Jean-Paul Martinon

Jun 06, 2023

Visual Cultures as Time Travel

Henriette Gunkel, Ayesha Hameed

Sep 14, 2021

Visual Cultures as Opportunity

Helge Mooshammer, Peter Mörtenböck

Sep 04, 2015

Visual Cultures as Recollection

Astrid Schmetterling, Lynn Turner

Sep 06, 2013

Visual Cultures as Objects and Affects

Jorella Andrews, Simon O'Sullivan

Sep 06, 2013

Visual Cultures as Seriousness

Gavin Butt, Irit Rogoff

Sep 06, 2013