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Basil AlZeri / The Archivist in the Kitchen

Cooking became an entry-point for me to introduce myself, as a human being who is also a Palestinian, to my peers in Canada. Cuisine became a way for me to express myself, my history, my cultural identity, with a lot of specificity but without being over-determined by certain politics. — Basil AlZeri

Autant en emporte le vent

Dans une grève, tout se situe toujours déjà à la remorque, tout essaie toujours de surfer sur la vague. La récupération fait partie du mouvement de grève. — Philippe Enver

News from Ideological Antiquity

Alexander Kluge’s News From Ideological Antiquity: Marx – Eisenstein – Das Kapital was released in 2008, a few months before the banking crisis in the United States sounded the death knell for the neoliberal view that history has come to an end. —Marc James Léger

Unsettle and Redistribute

Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas’ work examines the contested field of economic, social, and political conditions in the post-socialist countries of the Former East, as well as more recently the Former West—the West that during the cold war defined itself as other than communist—and both regions’ transformations after 1989. —Alise Upitis

Living In a Place With No Prisons

The art production and process of The House That Herman Built create platforms for mobilizing, and function as instigative forms of communication that ensure the continued efforts to mobilize against the ever-expanding prison-industrial complex. —Nasrin Himada

On the Abolition of Gender

We are comrades with Hysteria. We believe in truth but not His truth. We present here our reflections on the dilemma of identity and liberation. We suggest that communization theory, a tendency within the tradition of left or anti-state communism, offers us some tools for thinking through the seeming conflict between autonomy and abolition as approaches to our own liberation. Yet we also point to the limits of this theory as it currently exists, and show how we might draw upon feminist, queer and anti-racist theoretical and political traditions to begin the project of developing a more rigorous and complex theoretical framework. —Folie à Deux

Carrotworkers Collective

The Carrotworkers’ Collective are a London-based group of current or former interns, cultural workers and educators primarily from the creative and cultural sectors who regularly meet to think together around the conditions of free labour in contemporary societies. They undertake participatory action research around voluntary work, internships, job placements…