“Mythmaking is as central to sustaining our economy as proft-making, particularly as severe environmental degradation, breathtaking inequality, and increasing alienation among youth push capitalism against its own contradictions. Enter the new prophets of capital. In this moment of crisis, a … Continue reading
“Ele Carpenter introduces her curatorial research into nuclear culture, drawing on artistic practices in Europe and Japan, and field trips to underground research laboratories for high-level radioactive waste storage at Horonobe, Japan, and Bure in northern France. While the slow … Continue reading
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Originally posted on Break The Code:
How do you think a form of capital that is already thinking you? …….– Matteo Pasquinelli There’s only really been one question, to be honest, that has guided everything I’ve been interested in for…
Originally posted on The Disorder Of Things:
The first in a forum on Robbie’s recently released The Black Pacific: Anti-Colonial Struggles and Oceanic Connections (Bloomsbury, 2015). A number of commentaries will follow in the coming week. May 1979. A Black…