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Dominique Routhier

Routhier is a regular critic of Ny Tid.

Cultural-historical monument to the contradictions of the situationists

SITUATIONISTERNE: What is the relevance of situationism in and for the digital age, where punk's nihilistic cut-and-paste aesthetic seems to be replaced by trolling and the Internet's meme culture?

The community-breaking project

AVANTGARDE: Mikkel Bolt frames the avant-garde project as distinct from the continuous aesthetic form-breaking of artistic modernism.

A French philosopher in the archives of the counter-revolution

Chamayou's latest book is an in-depth analysis of liberal government art.

A perpetual growth curve of incessant technological innovation from Tesla's Elon Musk, Google CEO Eric Schmidt and a host of other tech moguls

Critical settlement with the belief that technology can solve all of humanity's problems in artist and theorist James Bridle's new book.

Intelligence metamorphoses

French philosopher Catherine Malabou asks a timely question, but does not give a clear answer in her new book on intelligence.

From mourning to sharp power analysis

In reflections, prose poems and conversations with dead and living revolutionaries, Jackie Wang dissects the American prison system.

Factory and cathedral


Love the monster

"We have no choice but to love the monster we created ourselves," says social-science-fiction writer Peter Frase. 

Smash the banks! Be unruly!

The old world can neither be reformed nor revolutionized; a total settlement must take place before the new can break out.