Ina Blom

Professor
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Research and writing:

My fields of research are modernism/avant-garde studies and contemporary art with a particular focus on media aesthetics and the relationship between art, technology, media and politics. I have taken part in the NFR-supported projects Aesthetics at Work (2003-2007) and Media Aesthetics (2004-2008) and have directed the NFR supported research project The Archive in Motion (2011-2014) in collaboration with media- and film scholars. I am a member of the international editorial boards of Art History. Journals of the Association of Art Historians (Wiley) and Konsthistorisk Tidsskrift (Routledge), and a contributor to Artforum, Afterall, Parkett, and Texte zur Kunst. I have previously worked as a music critic and also done a number of curatorial projects. I am also visiting professor at the Department of Art History, University of Chicago. https://arthistory.uchicago.edu/faculty/blom

Books:

  • The Autobiography of Video. The Life and Times of a Memory Technology. New York: Sternberg Press, 2016
  • Memory in Motion. Archives, Technology and the Social (eds. Ina Blom, Trond Lundemo, Eivind Røssaak), Amsterdam University Press (forthcoming, October 2016)
  • Raoul Hausmann et Les Avant-Gardes (eds. Ina Blom, Timothy Benson, Hanne Bergius). Paris: Les Presses du réel, 2014
  • On the Style Site. Art, Sociality and Media Culture. New York: Sternberg Press, 2007  (2nd edition 2009)
  • The Name of the Game. Ray Johnson's Postal Performance, Kunsthalle Fridericianum Kassel, Stedelijk Museum Sittard, 2003
  • Joseph Beuys, Oslo: Gyldendal, 2001
  • The Cut Through Time. A Version of the Dada/Neo-Dada Repetition, Acta Humaniora, 1999

Articles (selection)

  • Boredom and Oblivion, in Tom McDonough (ed.) Boredom. (Documents of Contemporary Art). MIT Press, 2017
  • On Snow Dancing and Ubiquitous Design. E-flux Journal, Fall 2016
  • Passive Viewing (Thinking Television). I: Tele-Gen: Art and Television. München: Hirmer Verlag 2015, 71-86
  • Dream Work. Artforum International Vol. 54.(1)  September 2015, 338-349 (cover story)
  • "Video and Autobiography vs. The Autobiography of Video", in Pasquinelli and Neidich (eds) The Psychopathologies of Cognitive Capitalism, Berlin: Archive Books, 2014
  • The Autobiography of Video. Towards a Revisionist History of Video Art, In Critical Inquiry, Winter 2013
  • Mediating Sociality. A Contested Question of Contemporary Art, in Thinking Media Aesthetics (ed. Hausken), Peter Lang, 2013
  • Inhabiting the Technosphere. Art and Technology beyond Technical Invention. In Contemporary Art. Themes and Histories, 1989 to the Present (eds. A. Dumbadze and S. Hudson), New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013
  • The Logic of the Trailer. Abstraction, Style and Sociality in Contemporary Art. In Lind (ed.) Abstraction. (Documents of Contemporary Art). MIT Press, 2013
  • Moving Images and the New Collectivity, in Between Stillness and Motion. Film, Photography, Algorithms, Amsterdam University Press, 2011
  • Media Animism. In Art and Subjecthood. The Return of the Human Figure in Semiocapitalism (eds. Birnbaum, Graw, Hirsch), New York: Sternberg Press, 2011
  • Videosociality. Rethinking Social Memory in 1970's Video Art. In The Cornerstones Lecture Series, New York: Sternberg Press, 2011
  • Muntadas's Mediascapes. I: Muntadas: Entre/Between. ACTAR 2011
  • Silencing Rock, Rethinking the Secretive Sociality of Works of Art. I: Secret Societies/Geheimgesellschaften. Frankfurt: Kunsthalle Schirn Frankfurt/Snoeck Verlag 2011
  • Spectacle versus Cinematographic Subject, in Cognitive Architecture. From Biopolitics to Noopolitics. (ed. D. Hauptmann), Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, 2010
  • Stil als Ort. Eine Neudefinition der Frage nach Kunst und Sozialität. In Kunsthandeln (ed. von Hantelmann et. al.) Zürich: Diaphanes Verlag, 2010
  • Radical Software and the Noosphere, in Are You Ready for TV (ed. C. Martinez). Barcelona: MACBA Publications, 2010
  • What Subject of Taste. In Texte zur Kunst #75,  2009
  • Two Chairs in the Museum. In The Quick and the Dead (ed. P. Eleey). Minneapolis: Walker Art Center Publications, 2009
  • Nach dem Objektfieber wird sich die Kunstkritik der Politik der Dinge zuwenden. In Texte zur Kunst # 74, 2009 
  • Liam Gillick's Sociality. In The Anyspace Whatever. New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 2008
  • All Dressed Up. (On Rachel Harrison). Parkett #82, 2008
  • The Logic of the Trailer. Abstraction, Style and Sociality in Contemporary Art, in Texte zur Kunst #69, 2008
  • Working Class Abstractions, in Afterall. Art, Context, Enquiry #17, 2008.
  • How to (Not) Answer A Letter: Ray Johnson's Postal Performance, in PAJ - Journal of Performance and Art  #29 (2), MIT Press
  • Visual/Televisual. Ein einführender Kommentar zu einer anderen Geschichte der Videokunst. In The Expanded Eye. Sehen - entgrenzt und verflüssigt (ed. B. Curiger). Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2006
  • Ben Vautier's Signature Acts and the Historiography of the Avant-garde. In Visible Language Journal #39 (3), 2005
  • "Until the Principles of Form are Applied to Democracy ..." Avant-garde Art and Populist Imagination, in The Populism Reader (ed. Ricupero et. al), New York: Sternberg Press, 2005
  • Too Close to the Real, in Surroundings Surrounded. Essays on Space and Science (ed P. Weibel), MIT Press, 2002
  • The Touch Through Time: Raoul Hausmann, Nam June Paik and the Transmission Technologies of the Avant-garde. In Leonardo Journal of Art, Science and Technology, #3, 2001, MIT Press
  • Boredom, Oblivion and The Event, in A Fluxus Reader (ed. K. Friedman) London: Adademy Editions, 1998

Forthcoming:

  • Video Public, Videosociality, in Ann Lui and Gediminas Urbonas (eds.) Public Space. Lost and Found. MIT Press, 2016

 

See full publication list in FRIDA wo.uio.no/as/WebObjects/frida.woa/wa/fres

 

Teaching:

 

Emneord: Kunsthistorie, Avantgarde, Estetikk, Kunstteori, Kunst og teknologi, Medieestetikk, Mediearkeologi, Modernisme, 20. århundre, Kunsthistorieforeleser
Publisert 2. juni 2010 11:56 - Sist endret 15. mars 2017 20:34

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