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A contemporary diagnosis – without the ability to criticize?

Hal Foster: What Comes after Farce: Art and Criticism at a Time of Debacle

ART: Is there no longer anything to reveal or distort?

Aesthetic studies of state violence

Eyal Weizman & Matthew Fuller: Investigative Aesthetics

POWER: The investigative rather than critical practice, characterizes a new generation of journalists, artists and NGOs. They process large datasets in order to point out abuses. Like the poison gas attack in Syria, or American secret prisons.

To make the order in order

Pablo Sendra, Richard Sennett: Designing Disorder: Experiments and Disruptions in the City

ARCHITECTURE: How can we design big cities where together we can be more alone?

Will-to-not-want-to-know

Kristian Cedervall Lauta, Slavoy Žižek, Andreas Malm: Disasters, Pandemic! 2, Corona, Climate, Chronic Emergency

ECOLOGY: Will we succumb to the temptation to want ignorance? The eco-revolution must either be global or it is nothing.

After corona – a technocratic, planetary order

Benjamin Bratton: The Revenge of the Real: Politics for a Post-Pandemic World

COVID-19: It is difficult to read Bratton's positive biopolitics as anything other than a form of technocratic authoritarianism – where the subject is a point in a biopolitical network.

Obedience in a corona time

Frédéric Gros: Disobey! A Philosophy of Resistance

Philosophy: Why, where, when and for how long are we obedient?

How do you "stay home" if you do not have a home?

Jessie Kindig, Mark Krotov, Marco Roth: There Is No Outside – Covid 19 Dispatches

pandemic: Even during the pandemic, we maintain our status quo; the privileged remain privileged, and the others remain outside society.

Protest can cost you your life

Nina Lakhani: Who Killed Berta Cáceres?

HONDURAS: Nina Lakhani's dangerous search for the truth behind the murder of environmental activist Berta Cáceres ends up in more questions than answers.

High-tech communist luxury and freedom for all

Aaron Bastani: Fully Automated Luxury Communism (FALC)

: AUTOMATED: As much as 60 percent of our meat consumption in 2040 will come from animal-free meat.

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

James Bridle: New Dark Age: Technology and the End of the Future

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