The Law Is Laughing, Fragments Following the War in Gaza, 2009
The English version of this text was published on “Branding Democracy,” a forum of the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, The New School, New York. Two response essays were published on the same site, by Vyjayanthi Rao and by Joshua Simon. The text was reprinted in: Robert Kluijver, editor: Borders, Contemporary Middle Eastern Art and Discourse (The Hague, Gemak), pp. 105-108
Roee Rosen, “Towards the Work Hilarious, Former Cases of Dysfunctional Humor,”
Originally published in Hebrew in Maarvon cinema magazine (2008), and later published in Spanish and English in Constelaciones De Lenguaje, a reader edited by Eduardo Thomas to accompany the Injerto section of Ambulante Film Festival in Mexico (2011)
“Confession,” Mafte’akh, Lexical Review of Political Thought
This text was delivered as part of the political dictionary forum, 2010
The Aesthetics of Terror (2004)
First published in Maarvon Cinema Magazine
From: Roee Rosen, Justine Frank, Sweet Sweat (Berlin, Sternberg Press, 2009)
Joanna Fuhrer-HaSfary, “I’m My Own Grandma, The Past and Present Lives of Justine Frank”
First published in the out-of-print catalogue Justine Frank, A Retrospective (Herzliya Museum, 2003).
Roee Rosen, “The Visibility and Invisibility of Trauma - Traces of the Holocaust in the Work of Moshe Gershuni and in Israeli Art,” The Jerusalem Review, number 2 (Tel Aviv, Ah’shav Publishers, 1997).
Originally published in Hebrew in Studio Art Magazine, number 76, 1996, this essay was written as I was working on Live and Die as Eva Braun.