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Marina Vishmidt (born 1976) is a writer, editor, and critic occupied mainly with questions around art, labor, and value. In 2013, she completed a PhD at Queen Mary University of London, London, titled “Speculation as a Mode of Production in Art and Capital.” She widely lectures and offers workshops on these topics in academic institutions, art institutions, and activist spaces and frequently works with artists, having collaborated with Ruth Buchanan, Chris Evans, Grace Schwindt, W.A.G.E., and Haegue Yang. Vishmidt is also a participant in the group projects Full Unemployment Cinema and Cinenova. She has authored chapters in The Routledge Companion to Art and Politics and in The ECONOMY Reader (both forthcoming), and her work on debt, social reproduction, and artistic enterpreneurialism can be found on e-flux journal and libcom.org. She has also written for Afterall, Ephemera, Kaleidoscope, Mute, Parkett, and Texte zur Kunst, among other international periodicals, collections, and catalogues and is currently writing a book with Kerstin Stakemeier on the politics of autonomy and reproduction in art. Vishmidt lives and works in London. [Last updated 2014]