Archive for October, 2011

#OccupyEverywhere: Breaking up with capitalism

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

#OccupyWallSt has grown from a site specific protest to a global movement in just one month, moving from the obscurity of a corporate media blackout, to the limelight of a media circus. Talking heads and corporate media puppets are literally beside themselves with the growing occupation, unable to make heads or tails of what it […]

Cities, (im)mobilities and the politics of visibility

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

I wrote this for Subversive Technologies, the 2011 “digital event” hosted by e-fagia.  Consisting of an online exhibition of Internet art and art projects relating to technology, a gallery exhibition of video and electronic art, and online publications of curatorial statements and articles, Subversive Technologies investigates how artists respond to communication technology as one of […]