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Querformat

Zeitschrift für Zeitgenössisches, Kunst, Populärkultur

Ed. by Kampmann, Sabine / Karentzos, Alexandra / Kittner, Alma-Elisa / Küpper, Thomas / Petri, Jörg / Stoltz, Ulrike

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    2198-0349
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    The journal Querformat takes a unique, "out of the box" perspective on
    contemporary phenomenons, international art and popular culture. Cultural processes and practices are discussed critically from the viewpoint of arts, design and media studies, philosophy, social science, gender and postcolonial studies. The various positions within plastic arts and visual culture are recurring topics. Another focus is set on the discussion of gender questions.
    The unique feature of Querformat is the design of the journal: the idea of the "Que(e)r" ("quer", German = crosswise; alluding to "queer", English) expresses itself in the presentation - particularly the layout baffles conventional perceptual structures. In contrast to conventional design concepts of recognizability this journal reinvents itself with each issue. This way, the journal presents itself as a scientific, artistic and designed object.

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    Language:
    German
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    Querformat is covered by the following services:

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    • WorldCat (OCLC)

    Editorial Information

    Sabine Kampmann, Braunschweig University of Arts, Germany
    Alexandra Karentzos, University of Trier, Germany
    Birgit Kufer, freelance researcher in theory and history of art, Germany
    Alma-Elisa Kittner, Braunschweig University of Arts, Germany
    Sabine Kampmann, Berlin, Germany
    Thomas Küpper, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany
    Jörg Petri, Duisburg, Germany                                                              

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