Irit Rogoff is a writer, teacher, curator and organiser. She is Professor of Visual Culture at Goldsmiths London University, a department she founded in This text is the first section of “What is a Theorist?”, see You can find Irit Rogoff’s extended deliberations on criticality in her recent text. Goldsmiths, University of London has launched a series of publications considering the discipline of visual cultures – one of those ushered in by Hall and .
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Artistic practice is being acknowledged as the production of knowledge and theoretical and curatorial endeavours have taken on a far more experimental and inventive dimension, both existing in the realm of potentiality and possibility rather than that of exclusively material production. Her teaching has consistently brought together theoretical analysis and collective independent research projects and explored emergent rofoff possibilities of practice based research as an intellectual project.
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Relational Knowledges, Docu Dramatisation, mimicry of bureaucratic and managerial strategies and computational logics have produced new opportunities for criticality and new permissions for positioning knowledge as intervention. Generali Foundation and Walter Koenig, pp.
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Who do WE face? Initially I came from a long, conventional and very anti intellectual training in art history which left me at its end at a complete loss on how to navigate the interstices between who I was, what I did and the world that I inhabited.
In the context of a question regarding what an artist might be, I would want to raise the question of what a theorist might iriy, to signal how inextricably linked these existences and practices might be. The narrative of theoretical unravelling, of being undone is a journey of phases in which the thought we are immersed in is invalidated.
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Geography’s Visual Culture SummerDoing Dissemination. However, given that Rogoff ends with a call for a recalibrated, focused intellectual intensity or passion as a form of seriousness, one can only suggest that in an expanded world of art that has invited different forms of masses to take part, from gogoff daytrippers to hedge funders, there are now many interlinked artworlds. Contemporary Art from the Middle Rogovf Art and the Contemporary after Singularising Knowledge Rogoff, Irit.
Though there are points of convergence, the ways in which Butt and Rogoff approach seriousness are rather oblique.
Rogoff works between academic teaching, theoretical writing, curatorial projects and organizing public study. Engendering Terror Rogoff, Irit.
Comtemporary views on art and exhibitions. It seems to me that within the space of a relatively short period we have been able to move from criticism to critique to criticality – from finding fault, to examining the underlying assumptions that might allow something to appear as a convincing logic, to operating from an uncertain ground which while building on critique wants nevertheless to inhabit culture in a relation other than one of critical analysis; other than one of illuminating flaws, locating elisions, allocating blames.
Practice driven research has become a paradigm shift in contemporary knowledge production as well as an opportunity to repoliticise work through how it is done rather than what its subject matter is.
The publication is somewhat brief and chattily propositional; most akin to the experience of watching two papers and a panel discussion at a talk or conference.
Academy as Potentiality Rogoff, Irit.
Rogoff areas of supervision include: Neither police, nor pirates. My practice is one of both academic research as well as in the practices of curating rohoff organizing.
Visual Cultures as Seriousness, by Gavin Butt and Irit Rogoff / ArtReview
An Anecdoted Archive of Exhibition Lives. The old boundaries between making and theorising, rogoft and displaying, criticising and affirming have long been eroded. Time Zones—Recent Film and Video. Abingdon and New York: Seijdel Jorinde and Gielen Pascal, eds. Rogoff works rovoff the meeting ground between contemporary practices, politics and philosophy. I am interested in untangling the seemingly naturalized relations of subjects and places, in the constitution of sites and spaces that can not be cohered under the proper names on nations, regions, identities or identities and in the cultural and artistic practices that have emerged from mobilities, dislocations and states of extreme and prolonged conflict and the terroristic as the undermine the certainties of belonging, stability and emplacement.
Starting in the Middle: Giving subjects such as television, music, street fashion and mainstream cinema serious academic consideration was part of the cultural studies project: And the recent appearance of a website called sellyoulater.
And so the rogfof becomes: Unfolding the critical Rogoff, Irit and Stahre, Ulrike.
Professor Irit Rogoff
Oblique Points of Entry. Now we think of all of these practices as linked in a complex process of knowledge production instead of the earlier separation into creativity and criticism, production and application. Critique, in all of its myriad complexities has allowed us to unveil, uncover and critically re-examine the convincing logics and operations of such truth claims. Becoming Research Rogoff, Irit.