This volume brings together 12 conversations conducted by Christian Höller with theoreticians and activists critically engaged in the cultural field. Interviewing Tariq Ali, Bill Ayers, Zygmunt Bauman, Paul Gilroy, Jean-Pierre Gorin
, Lawrence Grossberg, Stuart Hall, David Harvey
, Achille Mbembe, Meaghan Morris, Irit Rogoff
, and Ella Shohat, Höller explores Cultural Studies
and raises issues of postcolonialism
, and activism.
Edited by Anne-Julie Raccoursier, this book was realized within the framework of Höller's teaching on the research-based Masters Program CCC—Critical Curatorial Cybermedia, Geneva University of Art and Design/Haute école d'art et de design, Genève.
Christian Höller (born 1966, lives and works in Vienna) is a theorist, art critic, a member of the editorial board of "Springerin" (Vienna) and was one of the editors of "documenta 12 magazines," 2006-2007. A Visiting Professor at the Geneva University of Art and Design, he has written extensively on art and cultural theory.