Economic Ekphrasis: Goldin+Senneby and Art for Business Education
Economic Ekphrasis proposes a new model for arts-based business education. Using the Stockholm-wide exhibition “Standard Length of a Miracle” by conceptual artist duo Goldin+Senneby as a case study, the book rethinks relevant business studies with art created inside the back-office realities of financialized capitalism. While “ekphrasis” means literary descriptions of visual art, Economic Ekphrasis challenges scholars of art, finance, and management to see new aspects of financialized life that have been obscured by mainstream approaches.
Economic Ekphrasis: Goldin+Senneby and Art for Business Education is part of the SSE Art Initiative series Experiments in Art and Capitalism. [publisher’s information]
Edited by PIERRE GUILLET DE MONTHOUX, ERIK WIKBERG
Published by Sternberg Press and Stockholm School of Economics
Design by Ronnie Fueglister
With contributions by CLARE BIRCHALL, ISMAIL ERTÜRK, MARIE-LOUISE FENDIN, GOLDIN+SENNEBY, PIERRE GUILLET DE MONTHOUX, JONAS HASSEN KHEMIRI, KATIE KITAMURA, MARIA LIND, PAMELA, SCHULTZ NYBACKA, ANASTASIA SEREGINA, ÖRJAN SJÖBERG, EMMA STENSTRÖM, LARS STRANNEGÅRD, ERIK WIKBERG, BRIAN KUAN WOOD