The online publication Many More Rooms of One's Not Own is the continuation of two seminars held in spring 2019; one of the same title at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Institute of Fine Arts, the other with the title Money – Space – Body – Time at the Zürich University of the Arts, Department of Art & Media, Master of Fine Arts instructed by Tyna Fritschy and Laura Nitsch.
Contributions by Dalit Arnold, Seline Baumgartner, Noemi Ceresola, Sarah Drath, Kelly Ann Gardener, Julia S. Goodman, Michael Grieder, Andreina Isea Boscan, Charlotte Gash, Shu Chi Huang, Julia Karpovaa, Janinka Kell, Nico Sebastian Meyer, Viktoria Emi Morgenstern, Clio Newton, Lara Paratte, Lourenço Penaguiao, Giulia Rossini, Nicolas Rothenbühler, Neige Sanchez, Clara von Schantz, Julia von Schantz, and T.W.I.N.S.
Concept and layout by Tyna Fritschy and Laura Nitsch.
We also thank the other students having taken part in the discussions of the seminars – and have contributed in this way to this online publication.
Since this publications also tackles prominently the issue of money, we want to be transparent about the way it is financed. The Academy of Fine Arts, Institute of Fine Arts, contributed with EUR 1'600.-. In the case of the Zurich University of the Arts, a basic budget of CHF 1'000.– is allocated to every taught seminar. In the case of the seminar Money – Space – Body – Time, the two teachers decided to use this budget to cover partly the costs of this present online publication (as being produced in the frame of the conducted seminar) as well as the costs of its launch at Raum*Station, Zurich, on 28 June 2019. The overall budget allows to cover fully the costs of the technical infrastructure (hosting, domain name, and the wordpress theme) for three years. Each work shown in this publication is compensated with a rental fee of the works of EUR 75.- / CHF 87.- for each author and a symbolic fee for layout and concept of EUR 75.- / CHF 87.- for each.
The Raum*Station kindly supported this project with providing the infrastructure and support for the launch in Zürich.