A very handy bunch of linked articles at the end of Claire Bishop’s article in e-flux (thanks Josie) – which, spoiler alert!, is number-heavy depression-inducing state of the condemned world analysis we do need to read.
Claire Bishop, Con-Demmed to the Bleakest of Futures: Report from the UK / Journal / e-flux.
Gavin Butt, Being Boiled
Melanie Gilligan, Visits from the Future
Sabeth Buchmann and Jens Kastner, Snapshot, Austria: Class Struggle from Above Right
Tom Holert, Birth of the Rebel Citizen in Germany
Hito Steyerl, Right in Our Face
Brian Holmes, Total Corruption: Report from the USA
Paul Chan, Progress as Regression
Franco Berardi Bifo, Exhaustion and Senile Utopia of the Coming European Insurrection
Hito Steyerl, Politics of Art: Contemporary Art and the Transition to Postdemocracy
Nora Sternfeld, Unglamorous Tasks: What Can Education Learn from its Political Traditions?
Irit Rogoff, FREE
Isabelle Bruno and Christopher Newfield, Can the Cognitariat Speak?
Florian Schneider, (Extended) Footnotes On Education
Tom Holert, Art in the Knowledge-based Polisvia
(I am going to consume this lot, mix it with this http://wp.me/pcKI3-lg– and thereby maybe have something to talk about at the Goldsmiths Teach-in on 16 Feb. Also planning to show a short film made in Australia in 88 at an Education demo in Melbourne – Anatomy of a March [McQuire, Hutnyk, Phipps])