This reader revisits the formidable legacy of Russian revolutionary,
feminist, political refugee and diplomat Alexandra Kollontai (1872–1952)
in light of current feminist struggles. Includes the first English
translation of the 1977 biographical play Kollontai by Swedish
writer Agneta Pleijel.
This monographic catalogue maps and decodes fifteen years of an artistic
practice oriented towards DIY strategies and new technologies, investigating
manifold spaces of reflections with a powerful political and theoretical
Publication documenting the award-winning web series Revisiting
Genesis by Oreet Ashery. This documentary fiction on mourning in
the digital age explores
complex issues such as gender and death, digital reincarnation, and women
A dictionary designed as a tool for analysis and resistance to the new
realities of neurocapitalism. With 285 definitions stemming from the fields
of political philosophy, media studies and neuroscience.
A poetic document found during a political rally in 2019 (against prisons), without author's name nor any indication of origin. Only mention at the bottom of the last page: copying. to be freely distributed.
Stemming from the namesake exhibition program at Cooper Gallery, Of
Other Spaces draws on women
artists' activism from the 1970s to the present day to build a
reflection on feminist thinking as a provocative and cogent mode of creative
and critical inquiry.
A textbook for the project "The Kids Want Communism,"—a clandestine and public series of events marking the century of the Bolshevik Revolution. Contributions discuss the legacies and meaning of communism today.
This reader gathers more than twenty leading curators and thinkers
who present powerful case studies, historical analyses, and theoretical
perspectives that address the
dynamics of activism, protest, and advocacy in curatorial