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Shifting Corporealities in Contemporary Performance: Danger, Im/mobility and Politicseds. Marina Gržinić and Aneta Stojnić, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018

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This book investigates how contemporary artistic practices engage with the body and its intersection with political, technological, and ethical issues. Departing from the relationship between corporeality and performing arts (such as theater, dance, and performance), it turns to a pluriversal understanding of embodiment that resides in the extra violent conditions of contemporary global necro-capitalism in order to conduct a thorough analysis that goes beyond arts and culture. It brings together theoretical academic texts by established and emerging scholars alike, exposing perspectives form different fields (philosophy, cultural studies, performance studies, theater studies, and dance studies) as well as from different geopolitical contexts. Through a series of thematic clusters, the study explores the reactivation of the body as a site of a new meaning-making politics.

Regimes of Invisibility in Contemporary Art, Theory and Culture: Image, Rac9783319551722.jpgialization, Historyeds. Marina Gržinić, Aneta Stojnić, Miško Šuvaković, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017

This book places a focus on the regimes of in/visibility and representation in Europe and offers an innovative perspective on the topic of global capitalism in relation to questions of race, class, gender and migration, as well as historicization of biopolitics and (de)coloniality. The aim of this volume is to revisit theories of art, new media technology, and aesthetics under the weight of political processes of discrimination, racism, anti-Semitism and new forms of coloniality in order to propose a new dispositive of the ontology and epistemology of the image, of life and capitalism as well as labor and modes of life. This book is firmly embedded in the present moment, when due to rapid and major changes on all levels of political and social reality the need for rearticulation in theoretical, artistic and political practices and rethinking of historical narratives becomes almost tangible.

Jacques Lacan (in Serbian: Žak Lakan), Orion Art, Belgrade, 2016.

Jacques Lacan the ennfant terrible of psychoanalyses, was a truly interdisciplinary intellectual whose work and influence greatly overreached the field of psychoanalytic

Lakan KORICE copy copy.jpgpractice.Lacan was one of the most influential and thought-provoking westernthinkers of 20th century, whose ideas — developed in the field of psychoanalyses —made significant impact on, and have been elaborated and applied in the fields of culture, art, literature, film, critical-political theory, poststructuralism, post-marxism, feminism, etc. We could even say that it was through Lacanian thought that the psychoanalyses entered the wider field of transdiciplinary humanities.  In this light this monograph offers an introduction to Jacques Lacan’s main concepts through a specific Freudian reading of Lacan.

Theory of Performance in Digital Art: Towards a New Political Performance

(in Serbian: Teorija izvođenja u digitalnoj umetnosti: Ka novom političkom performansu) , FMK & Orion Art, Belgrade, 2015. teorija_izvodjenja_u_digitalnoj_umetnosti_ka_novom_politickom_performansu_vv.jpg

“Theory of Performance in Digital Art: Towards a New Political Performance” dwells upon the research of digital art and digital performance at the crossroads, intersections and transgressions between the artistic, the social, the cultural and the political. Central debate unfolds around the questions of politics of various forms digital performance (form cyberspace, to cyborg bodies) including not only artistic performances but also all kinds of the performance of everyday life and culture, or in the widest biopolitical sense: performance of all forms of life. Therefore, this study offers the specific comprehensive theorization of the performance in digital art from the discursive framework of performance studies, biopolitics and necropolitics exploring the question of liminality, subjectivity and desubjectivization in the digitally networked world


PERCHANCE TO DREAM in Stillpoint Magazine, 011: SLEEP, October 2022

The Thinkers: Thought-Action Figures #7, (with Jon McKenzie) in eds. Anja Mølle Lindelof and Shauna Janssen, Institutions: Contested Sites and Structures of Care, Intellect Books, 2023: 46-58

Psychoanalysis and Performance Art: Go Figure! in ROOM 6.19, A Sketchbook for Analytic Action, New York, 2019: 26-28

Estrangement Effect: Politics and the Psychoanalytic Theatre in ROOM 10.18, A Sketchbook for Analytic Action, New York, 2018: 29-31

TheTravelers Blanket, with Sarah Valeri and Gail Bragg,  in ROOM 10.18, A Sketchbook for Analytic Action, New York, 2018: 15-16

What is Refugee?  with Will Daddario, Janhavi Dhamankar, Milton Loayza, Jon McKenzie, Yana Meerzon, Tero Nauha, Theron Schmidt, in Performance Philosophy, Vol. 4, No.1, 2018: 206-233

(Dis)embodied Subjectivities and Technologies of Control in Border thinking ed. Marina Gržinić, Berlin: Stenberg Press, 2018: 220-231

The Question of Disability in Contemporary Dance Practices in eds. Marina Gržinić, Alexander Ivanov, Joana Monbaron, Aneta Stojnić, Andreja Rihter, Tracings out of Thin Air, Ljubljana: Forum of Slavic Cultures, 2018: 50-54

Only Cyborgs and Cockroaches in Performance Research, Volume 22, 2017, issue 2: Turning Animal: 123-128

The Performance Studies Paradigm in TheMA, Volume 6, No. 1-2, 2017

Power Knowledge and Epistemic Delinking in AM, Journal for Art and Media Studies, No. 14/2017: 105-111

(Un)Dead and (Un)Buried: From Antigone to Chelsea Manning in Eds. Katharina Pewny, Luk Van den Dries, Charlotte Gruber, Simon Leenknegt, Occupy Antigone: Tradition, Transition and Transformation in Performance, Tübingen: Modernes Theater, 2016: 165-176

What archives? in Eds. Joanna Krakowska and Daria Odija, Platform. East European Performing Arts Companion, Lubin: Adam Mickiewicz Institute/Center for Culture Lubin/ Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 2016: 394-405

Mira_correspondance, with Jelena Jureša in Mira, Study for a Portrait, Eds. Jelena Jureša,  Jelena Jureša, MoCA Belgrade,  2016: 38-59

Live or Living Dead: (Un)Setting the Stage for the Hologram Performer, in Eds. Žarko Cvejić, Andrija Filipović, Ana Petrov, The Crisis in the Humanities: Transdisciplinary Solutions, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016:174–182

TRANSFORMATIONS et défis dans les BALKANS with Marina Gržinić (Transformations and Challenges in Balkans) in Théâtre/Public, No. 222, La Grece Et Les Balkans: Scenes En Transition Coordonne, (October 2016): 7-13

Denkmal oder Mahnmal? Historization and its consequences: Debating the political articulation of a traumatic past in Documenta: tijdschrift voor theater, jaargang XXXIV, #1, 2016: 148-168

Digital anthropomorphism: Performers avatars and chat-bots in Performance Research, volume 20, 2015 issue 2: On Anthropomorphism, pp. 71-78

The Problem of the Political in Cyberspace in AM, Journal for Art and Media Studies, No.7 (2015): 103-111

A Discussion of Hans-Thies Lehmann’s Post-dramatic Theatre in Eds. M. Šuvakovic, Ž.Cvejić and A. Filipović, European Theories in Former Yugoslavia: Trans-theory Regulations between Global and Local Discourses, Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015: 173 -178

Transfeminists and transmigrants perspectives in Europe (with Marina Gržinić) in n.paradoxa, international feminist art journal, Volume 34: Lessons from History,  July 2014: 16-27

From Feminism to Transfeminism: from Sexually Queer to Politically Queer, (with Marina Gržinić) in ed. Katarzyna Kosmala, Sexing the Border: Gender Art and New Media in central and Eastern Europe, Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014: 231-252

Cyborgs From Fiction to Reality: Marginalized Other or Privileged First? in IDENTITIES. Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture, Vol.10 No 1, Summer/Winter 2013: 49-54

Decoloniality of New Media Technology in Utopia of Alliances, Conditions of Impossibilities and the Vocabulary of Decoloniality, Ed. Editorial Group for Writing Insurgent Genealogies, Wien: Locker, 2013: 260-266

De/Re/Construction of memories of Yugoslavia: The Draft for the Exhibition, in ed. Snežana Ćuruvija, De/Re/Construction: time, space memories, Pančevo Cultural Centre, 15th Biennale of Art, 2012: 39-44

ANETA STOJNIĆ ABOUT THE INTERDISCIPLINARITY OF THE ARTS  interview of Aneta Stojnić by Nikola Dedić in Art Margins, focus issue: on Serbian Art in 2000s, September 2012

Artist Portfolio: Aneta Stojnićpresentation of Aneta Stojnić’s art work in the AM, Journal for Art and Media Studies, No.2, 2012

Guest editor of  AM Journal of Art and Media Studies, Issue No. 8, October 2015 – Topic of Issue: Postfeminism, Transfeminism and Feminist Subjectivities beyond Identity Politics

Articles, essays, interviews in Serbian language:

Digitalna umetnost u doba digitalne kulture, eds. Miško Šuvaković, Jovan Čekić, Nova povezivanja: Od scene do mreže, FmK, Belgrade, 2017: 195-202

Nelagodnost u posthumanizmu (Discontents in Posthumanism) in eds. Nataša Lah and Miško Šuvaković TEORIJA UMETNOSTI kao TEORIJA VREDNOSTI, Orion art, Belgrade, 2017

Dekolonijalni obrt i politike epistemičkog razdvajanja (Decolonial Turn and politics of epistemic delinking) in Srpska politička misao, Posebno izdanje, 2016

Ima li posthumanog performera?  (Is there a Posthuman Performer?) in Kultura – Journal for Theory and Sociology of Culture and Cultural Policy, no. 152, 2016

Sajber tenologija između kritike i apologije kapitalizma (Cyber Technologies Between Critique and Apologie of Capitalism) in Eds. Irfan Hošić, Amir Husak,  Kriza, umjetnost, akcija, City Gallery Bihać/University in Bihać, 2016: 140-151

Mustra, interview of Aneta Stojnić by Mirjana-Boba Stojadinović in Supervizuelna, March 2015

Lumino kinetika u svetlu prostora i vremena (Lumino – Kinetics in the light of Time and Space) in Radikalne Abstrakcije (Radical Abstractions), Eds. Miško Šuvaković, Nikola Dedić and Ješa Denegri, Belgrade: Službeni Glasnik, 2013: 53-6

Uloga tehnologije u dekolonizaciji znanja / The Role of Technology in (de)Colonisation of Knowledge in AM, Journal for Art and Media Studies, No.1, 2011: 61-68

Ideološki rad melodramskog zapleta u filmovima o Holokaustu (Ideological Work of Melodramatic Plot in Movies on Holocaust) in ProFemina. Journal for Women’s Literature and Culture, no. 54, 2011:13-20

Novomedijska slika i Izvođačke umetnosti: Modovi interakcije (New Media Image and Performing Arts: Modes of Interaction) in Kultura – Journal for Theory and Sociology of Culture and Cultural Policy, no.127 (June 2010): 287-304