In last month’s editorial for the February issue of e-flux journal, we proposed that the communication networks that now saturate our working and private lives have forced us to become cosmopolitan creatures. Our relations to place and time have been shredded to pieces, and we, as those proud pieces, circle the earth like satellites clustering in various locations simultaneously. Aliens to our homes and neighborhoods, we develop terrible posture slouching over screens while simultaneously soaring through the stratosphere at light speed, dazzling our way through galaxies, spotlights, and stars just to cover our measly rent…

Julieta Aranda, Brian Kuan Wood, Anton Vidokle

On the Lebanese Rocket Society
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige

Pasolini in Tottenham
Franco “Bifo” Berardi

From Guilt to Sickness, Part II: The Bite of a Dog into a Stone
James T. Hong

“Mimesis of the Hardened and Alienated”: Social Practice as Business Model
Marina Vishmidt

Art without Market, Art without Education: Political Economy of Art
Anton Vidokle

A Refugee Protest Camp in Vienna And the European Union’s Processes of Racialization, Seclusion, and Discrimination
Marina Gržinić

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