EXTRA

We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Irit Rogoff that we were unable to include the first time around.

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Nora Sternfeld problematises the educational turn and talks about the crisis of the museum model, radical pedagogy, emancipatory practices and alliances, para-institutions, unlearning strategies and collective knowledge projected into the future.

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Irit lotjav.com Rogoff calls for the need to devise processes of unlearning, inside and outside the academy, that will pave the way to new and unexpected kinds of knowledge.

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We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Sofía Olascoaga that we were unable to include the first time around.

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John Gerrard talks about his initial fascination with 3D scanners and about how they led him to develop his current practice, about his conception of time in art, and a particular way of understanding simulation: somewhere between contemplation and the critical gaze.

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Teal Triggs talks about the historical background of zines and the Riot Grrrl movement, in particular, and how its language and visual universe opened up as a result of the cross between music, DIY, activisim, femininity, and feminism in the self-publishing world.

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We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Peter Zinovieff that we were unable to include the first time around.

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Sofía Olascoaga gives an overview of the activist history of Cuernavaca, a small city, around 80km south of Mexico City, which from the 1950s to the 1980s attracted several generations of intellectuals and activists.

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Bernard Stiegler talks about education and smartphones, translations and linguists, about economic war, climate change, and political stupidity.

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Boris Charmatz talks about polisemy, collectivity, communities and anti-communities, radical pedagogy, dissent, the Musée de la danse, the complex and inexhaustible relationship between dance and history, working inside gestures, and the beauty of older people skateboarding.

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Raqs Media Collective founder Monica Narula talks about raga, the technological body, public domain, the ineffability of time, the Mahabharata, politics of language, exhaustion, dilation and the legibility.

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We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Goodiepal that we were unable to include the first time around.

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Jean-Luc Nancy talks about the body as an echo chamber and as a sensible and sentient presence, about silence as the “infinite extremity of sound”, and the role of sound and listening in the context of political practice.

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Marina Gržinić talks about biopower and necropolitics, about borders and volumes, corpus and corpses, about deathscapes, intestines, and holograms, and about the disturbing miniaturisation of affect and empathy, as a process that runs parallel to technological acceleration.

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José Luis Barrios Lara reflects on the founding myth of the West, modernity, and the invention of the other. He also considers identity politics as a political tool and interprets the global migration crisis as a form of neo-slavery.

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We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Jodi Dean that we were unable to include the first time around.

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Goodiepal talks about art's failure to have real impact, contracts and hacks, double standards in Europe, creativity in sheer survival strategies, Climate refugees and genocides in the making.

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McKenzie Wark, Liam Young and Mette Edvardsen examine various ideas and considerations concerning space as something other than just a container of things.

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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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We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Jennifer Lucy Allan that we were unable to include the first time around.

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Jennifer Lucy Allan talks about foghorns, 'a sound that’s lost and not lost at the same time', and how foggy it gets when you are digging up sensory records in archives and oral memory.

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We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Nina Power that we were unable to include the first time around.

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Nina Power shares her thoughts on the ideological power of language, on systems of state violence, surveillance and control, and on the need to reverse the savage logic of neoliberalism through strategies such as commoning and her own notion of “decapitalism”.

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