…where the name of the blog comes from…

Martina and I decided to start our project through sharing a collection of materials (texts, videos, audio files, links, photos …) we consider relevant and that might serve as springboard for developing a collaboration that searches for ways to tap the full

…where the name of the blog comes from…

Martina and I decided to start our project through sharing a collection of materials (texts, videos, audio files, links, photos …) we consider relevant and that might serve as springboard for developing a collaboration that searches for ways to tap the full

a collaboration in 7 steps

1.Philosophical reflections about the inoperative community: Jean-Luc Nancy’s concept of “being-with” 2.Imaginary constructions of “We” 3.Collectives as precursors and boycotters of liberal individualism 4.Playful disintanglement, the multiplication of teams and the circulation of roles 5.Politics of separation and aesthetics of

a collaboration in 7 steps

1.Philosophical reflections about the inoperative community: Jean-Luc Nancy’s concept of “being-with” 2.Imaginary constructions of “We” 3.Collectives as precursors and boycotters of liberal individualism 4.Playful disintanglement, the multiplication of teams and the circulation of roles 5.Politics of separation and aesthetics of

I want to work with you because I can speak for myself

Video skype session on 1st May 2012 https://vimeo.com/41489283 The title of our dialogue “I want to work with you because I can speak for myself”  is in resonance with a paragraph in the text “No matter how much you love me, I do

I want to work with you because I can speak for myself

Video skype session on 1st May 2012 https://vimeo.com/41489283 The title of our dialogue “I want to work with you because I can speak for myself”  is in resonance with a paragraph in the text “No matter how much you love me, I do