The Crisis of Crisis: Dissolution of the Event in the Risk Society
- Schisms in the Creative Class: Richard Florida and Gean Moreno in Conversation with Kathleen Ditzig
Zoe Butt, Patrick Flores, Ingrid Schaffner
A Survey for the Internationalized: How was the Global for You?
Toril Johannessen, Bruce Wexler
Neuroplasticity & Imaginary Networks
Red Hook Journal was the first online periodical of the Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS). From 2011 to 2015, Red Hook Journal was edited by former CCS Bard faculty, Tirdad Zolghadr, along with CCS students including Orit Gat, Leora Morinis, and Karly Wildenhaus. The journal featured contributions by critics, scholars and artists as well as CCS students and alumni related to the preoccupations of the institution. Some examples include: What are distinctive features inherent to curating contemporary art? Are there terminologies, exhibition histories, political stakes, and professional mythologies that set curators apart? Red Hook Journal subscribed to the belief that curatorial conventions and prerogatives need to be rendered more tangible and contestable.
Editor-in-Chief: Paul O’Neill (2014–2015), Tirdad Zolghadr (2011–2013)
Assistant Editor: Karly Wildenhaus (2011–2013), Leora Morinis (2012), Orit Gat (2011)
Coordinator: Jaime Baird