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Jodi Dean talks about communism as a still-latent project, about the Party as a scalable global form, about dystopian municipalism, anamorphic ecologies, and liberal democracies.

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Emilio Santiago Muiño talks about salad gardens in museums, social movements and public policies, about oil as a magical substance, ecofascism, acceleration, and degrowth, and about how an imaginary of more modest utopías may, in the long term, become a means of finding our way home.

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Andrea Fraser comments the work 'Little Frank and His Carp', which registered her performance in the atrium of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in 2001.

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Art sociologist Pascal Gielen talks about post-Fordism, neo-liberalism, autonomy, and mobility and about the paradoxes of community art.

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Bifo talks about mass killings in relation to cinema, mental health, neuroplasticity, friendship, irony and, ultimately, hope.

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French philosopher Michel Feher talks about the neoliberal project and its repercussions on education and culture.

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Michael Hardt talks about what role revolutions have today as spaces for new social creation.

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