Articles by Martha Rosler

School, Debt, Bohemia: on the Disciplining of Artists

Martha Rosler // March 4, 2015 // 1 Comment

This talk addresses some of the changes that have both pitched artists industry-wide into a debt-driven milieu and simultaneously worked against shared ideals of criticality and cooperative organizing; It points out, however, that these more collaborative tendencies are always latent and subject to reawakening. I Education and Political Agency In the early postwar period the cost of public higher education in the United States was relatively low. For me it was zero. In the 1960s I attended Brooklyn College, where tuition was free, while a state Regents Grant paid for my books. (I would not [...]