- The Speculative Performance
- La performance spéculative
- Spekulative Performance
- La performance especulativa
- Extradisciplinary Investigations. Towards a New Critique of Institutions
- Extradisziplinäre Forschungen. Für eine neue Institutionenkritik
- Investigaciones extradisciplinares. Hacia una nueva crítica de las instituciones
- Investigaţii extradisciplinare. Spre o nouæ criticæ a instituţiilor
- Disiplin-dışı Soruşturmalar: Kurumların Yeni Bir Eleştirisine Doğru
- A Rising Tide of Contradiction
- Steigende Flut des Widerspruchs
- Una marea montante de contradicciones
- Une marée montante de contradictions
- Unleashing the Collective Phantoms
- Die kollektiven Phantome freisetzen
- Réveiller les fantômes collectifs
- Liberare i fantasmi collettivi.
Publications [external sites]
Gerald Raunig, Gene Ray (eds); London: mayfly 2009
Documents [external sites]
art critic and activist who is known for his writing on the intersections of artistic and political practice. He received a PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures from the University of California, Berkeley. Holmes was the English editor of publications for Documenta X in 1997, was a member of the activist group Ne Pas Plier (Do Not Bend) from 1999 to 2001, and has recently worked with the French conceptual art group Bureau d'Études. Brian Holmes is a frequent contributor to the international listserve Nettime, and to the art magazines Parachute (Montreal), Springerin (Vienna), and Brumaria (Barcelona). His essays have been gathered into three anthologies: Hieroglyphs of the Future: Art and Politics in a Networked Era (2002); Unleashing the Collective Phantoms: Essays in Reverse Imagineering (2008); and Escape The Overcode: Activist Art in the Control Society (2009).
Text archive at the blog https://brianholmes.wordpress.com/.