Theodor Adorno’s (1903-1969) work keeps attracting renewed interest and fresh perspectives. This issue approaches Adorno through his cultural criticism, aesthetic theory and musical philosophy as well as his personal history and private life.
Text: Petteri Enroth and Irmeli Hautamäki Theodor Adorno’s (1903—1969) work forms an acknowledged body of cultural theory and criticism of the thoroughly administrated capitalist culture,
Text and photos: Petteri Enroth In February 2015 I escaped the weather and political climate of Finland into one of the best fantasy-scenarios there is:
Text: Jussi Suortti In Minima Moralia (1951), Theodor Adorno rejects the idea of cinema as art, criticising films for being merely well-planned products of the
Text: Petteri Enroth It was not today, but more like yesterday. Apparently, I had invited him over since he arrived promptly just when everything was
Text: Irmeli Hautamäki In Dialectic of Enlightenment (1947) Adorno and Max Horkheimer criticized the state of affairs wherein art has been systematically separated from modern
Text and analytical image: Timo Laiho I The paradox of analysis In his last public lecture on February 24, 1969, a few months before his