dis/claim is a platform to practice, experiment and reflect on text as an artistic medium and a means of criticism and education in contemporary art. Periodically an editorial issue of dis/claim magazine is published on the platform, as well as occasional contributions on current topics. Each contribution is preceded by a disclaimer which defines the genre of the writing and its conditions of production. Conceptually, dis/claim interweaves practices of digital influencer culture with reflections of current developments in art writing, where artistic forms of expression and established formats are increasingly intermingled. Instead of reproducing the competitive and attention-grabbing mechanisms of the art market, as well as commercial online platforms, dis/claim provides a reparative platform for young practitioners of the local community in Vienna.
dis/claim invites its contributors and readers to invigorate art writing’s capacity to engage in discourse and dissonance  beyond internalized, institutional and commercial calls for individuation and commodification.




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Leonie Huber


Anna Barbieri
Diana Barbosa Gil
Anke Dyes
Christian Egger
Monika Georgieva
Jackie Grassmann
Laura Hatting
Laura Hinrichsmeyer
Olga Hohmann
Steph Holl-Trieu
Lisa Holzer
Barbara Juch
Cosima zu Knyphausen
Simon Nagy
Luīze Nežberte
Julius Pristauz
Anna Rimmel
Sophia Roxane Rohwetter
Anne Schmidt
Miriam Stoney  

Valentin Unger


basis wien - Archiv und Dokumentationszentrum
Jackie Grassmann
Sebastian Koeck
Clemens Kuske
Simon Nagy
Miriam Stoney

graphic design

Sarah Podbelsek

supported by

Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien mit Mitteln des Bundesministeriums für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung


The concept and publication of dis/claim are inspired by countless discussions, talks and observations shared with friends and colleagues during the past years. Their thoughts, insights and criticism, as well as their desires and dreams form the foundation for establishing dis/claim as a platform for autonomous and reparative art writing.

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