No one talks about the present. There is one, and I feel it now with you. It is my only weapon. - Georgia Sagri
Close to spiritual anarchism, Georgia Sagri's writing happens in the heat of the negotiation. Starting in the months leading up to the occupation of Zuccotti Park in 2011, which became the movement for people's self-governance known as Occupy, this book carries the energy and commitment of open struggle, direct address, self-organization, and public assembly. It is a critique of representation and its implicit oblivion, told through a decade of artistic and activist practice. The writing is a mode of recovery, it is pre-content shared to encourage open processes in art, thinking, and action.
160 p, 21.6 x 13.9 cm, English Published 2021, by Divided Publisher ISBN 9781916425071
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