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  • Kenneth White

    Assistant Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History and Visual Studies

    Email
    whiteka@newschool.edu

    Office Location
    B - 65 West 11th Street

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    Kenneth White

    Degrees Held

    PhD Art History-Film and Media Studies, Stanford University Department of Art & Art History, 2015

    Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program (ISP), Studio, 2014-15

    Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program (ISP), Helena Rubenstein Fellow in Critical Studies, 2013-14

    Princeton–Weimar Summer School for Media Studies, Internationales Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie (IKKM), Bauhaus-Universität, 2013

    MA Art History-Film and Media Studies, Stanford University Department of Art & Art History, 2010

    BFA Film, Syracuse University Department of Art Media Studies, 2005

     


    Recent Publications

    “Hello, Darkness: A Story of Collage and War.” Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics. Lotte Johnson and Chris Bayley, eds. London: Barbican Centre and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2022.

    Eye/Body: 36 Transformative Actions for Camera. Carolee Schneemann, 1963.” The Lacanian Review 11 (Fall 2021).

    "Dossier: Carolee Schneemann." Kenneth White and Tess Takahashi, eds. Camera Obscura: Journal of Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies 107 (Fall 2021).

    Michael Snow (October File). Kenneth White and Annette Michelson, eds. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2019.

    “Accumulator.” Rotterdam: Garage Rotterdam, 2019.

    Carolee Schneemann: Unforgivable. Kenneth White, ed. London: Black Dog, 2015.

    “Meat System in Cologne.” Art Journal vol. 74, no. 1 (Spring 2015).

    “Strangeloves: From/De la région centrale, Air Defense Radar Station Moisie, and Media Cultures of the Cold War.” Grey Room 58 (Winter 2015).

    “Absolute Feedback: Notes on the Discursive Spaces of Video Art circa 1976.” San Francisco Arts Quarterly 13 (May-July 2013).

    “Until You Get to Know Me: Tony Oursler’s Aetiology of Television.” Millennium Film Journal 57 (Spring 2013).

    “Muybridge’s Enthalpy.” Public 47. “3D Cinema and Beyond” (Spring 2013).

    “Urban unknown: Chantal Akerman in New York City.” Screen vol. 51 no. 4 (Winter 2010).


    Performances and Appearances

    2023 e-flux Screening Room, Brooklyn, New York: Discussant, Fluid Forms: Films by Philip Cartelli

    2022 Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program (ISP), New York: “Hello, Darkness: A Story of Collage and War”

    2022 Barbican Centre, London: Introduction to Interrogating the Image film program, curated by Tamara Anderson, presented in coordination with the exhibition Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics, curated by Lotte Johnson

    2022 Barbican Centre, London: Exhibition Tour of Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics, curated by Lotte Johnson

    2022 University of Groningen, Netherlands: Hacking the Brain?: Histories of Technology and Mind Control: “Hyperventilation Syndrome: Media Cultures, Control Societies—circa 1970”

    2021 Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program (ISP), New York: ISP Talks: Laura Mulvey and Kenneth White In Conversation; sixth in a series of nine one-on-one dialogues between ISP Faculty and Seminar Leaders


    Current Courses

    Arts Sr. Seminar: Creative
    LINA 4901, Spring 2024

    Independent Study
    LVIS 3950, Spring 2024

    Methods of Art History
    LVIS 3001, Spring 2024

    Future Courses

    Arts Sr. Seminar: Creative
    LINA 4901, Fall 2024

    Independent Study
    LVIS 3950, Fall 2024

    Past Courses

    Independent Study
    LVIS 3950, Fall 2023

    Intro ArtHist & Visual Studies
    LVIS 2001, Fall 2023

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