Where did I leave it last time?
Ahh, oh yes, the obligatory six-point programme [a bit of obscure blather at the end of the book]:
1. Fetish and trick – requires dexterous analysis not grinning
2. Trinketisation – requires contextualisation, recognition of systematic
3. Contextualisation – requires an ethnographic engagement with
enframing (with all its methodological hang-ups born of
Malinowskian fieldwork and its disintegration, have a look for
yourself, learn to learn from below).
4. The curse of sanctioned ignorance – requires slow work for
5. The public secret of institutional complicity – requires mainstreaming,
6. Visibility – requires a politically transformatory project.
- page 207 of Bad Marxism.
[the pic is sent by Elena, who threatens/promises to come study in CCS at Goldsmiths again from September - its from "a place [in Barcelona] called “Caixa Forum” (amazing building up a hill) and the artist (Dan Perjovschi -romanian born, 1961) drew it on the wall with a chalk (along with many other things). It’s the third project for a series called “made to measure”".
She says ‘Enjoy’. I say yep, lets enjoy recovering Marx from the trinketising abusers and smash, thereby, such subplanetary flotsom as Mike Gane, whom I have not yet forgiven for teaching people to forget Mao]